Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Tradition: Kansas City Flooding After Rain

Typical storm sewer clogging plagued KCMO streets along with just a few power outages this morning following a not-so-significant rain. Here's the roundup:

Heavy rain, thunderstorms move through Kansas City area

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Morning thunderstorms provided plenty of rain to the Kansas City area Wednesday. The rain began around 4 a.m. and storms were expected to last until the afternoon. As the rain picked up around the area, the National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for much of Clay and Platte counties in Missouri.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like rain but life will become miserable when the end of the week gets here.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the rains will wash away the misdeeds of the Plaza district

Anonymous said...

^^Or maybe a good-for-nothing Boomer like you will actually do something productive instead of wasting what's left of your rapidly dwindling days on a blog for other retarded geriatrics. How about that Boomer? Nah...fat chance.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^As you do the very same as those you bitch about. A chronic complainer loves nothing more than to find a willing sympathetic person that they can unload their never-ending negativity and complaints on. The only way a chronic complainer will ever change is to recognize their problem and seek professional health.

Anonymous said...

Local Weather Anchor morons scrambling to change their tune after predicting last night the rains would be mostly north and going around us with perhaps maybe .35 for us by morning.



Anonymous said...

^^^ They don't know what the f_k they are doing. That should be obvious to everyone by now.

Anonymous said...

Oh boomer, oh boomer if only Cheryl Jones was doing the news again in KC!