Maybe not . . .
Wild temperature swings and sweaty Spring/Summer conditions have always been a way of life in this cowtown.
However, given that our most celebrated progressive superstar has predicted doom for the planet in less than 12 years . . .
Here's a peek at the numbers highlighted by mainstream newsies ahead of several breathless features on the dying planet to come this week . . . Probably by the time it cools down again . . . And so, tonight we check news and numbers on the sky falling . . .
Just two weeks ago, Kansas City broke the daily record for the lowest temperature on April 26 when it reached 33 degrees at Kansas City International Airport, where the National Weather Service takes its official temperature.
If you're disappointed Kansas City didn't break a record Monday, don't fret. The forecast for the next few days puts several other records in jeopardy.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In 1963, the temperature in Kansas City reached a high of 91 degrees on May 9. On the same day 2022, the temperature rose to 91 degrees once again, tying the 59-year-old daily record.
Randy Uhrmacher is in his tractor, planting corn and soybeans in central Nebraska. But it's hard to see his work. The soil is so dry that clouds of dust hang in the air as he drives through his fields. "Not sure how I'm supposed to see what I'm doing tonight," Uhrmacher said on a recent night of planting.
Where did spring go? After a mild week, Kansas City will have its hottest stretch of the year, so far at least, in early May.Kansas City has a chance to break a record high for this time of year every day through Thursday this week.
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