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Will We Have a White Christmas in Sedalia?

We’re about a week away from Christmas, a time when many start to pay attention to the forecast to see if a "White Christmas" is likely. The way our weather has been lately with temperatures in the 40s, 50s and 60s lately, it seems unlikely.

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UPDATE: Drag Boat Test & Tune Cancelled Due to Stormy Weather at Lucas Oil Speedway

UPDATE: After several boats made Test Session passes on Lake Lucas, rain forced the cancellation of today's Test and Tune on Lake Lucas. The 2nd Annual Diamond Drag Boat Nationals will resume tomorrow as scheduled, weather permitting.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Forecasters Predict a Brutal Winter Ahead

This summer has been unusually hot, with record-breaking temperatures all over the country. But in a few months, we may be wishing for a little of that heat — forecasters are warning we should brace for a particularly harsh winter.

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Missouri State Fair Weather Outlook

If you want to avoid the heat and the rain, you should probably get to the Missouri State Fair sooner rather than later.  According to The Weather Channel, we have a pretty good shot at some rain towards the end of the fair.  Here’s the breakdown:

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Tony Lupo

MU-Columbia Professor of Meteorology Educates Kids at Sedalia Public Library

The Sedalia Public Library has a summer series where they invite special guests to visit kids about their specialty.   Wednesday (June 27), the special speaker was Tony Lupo, Professor of Meteorology at University of Missouri-Columbia.  While he came with the intent to talk about weather in general, he did reference the excessive heat warning that the National Weather Service issued, and that kids should drink lots of water and that the ground needed lots of water to not be so dry.   He told the kids that the cycle we are in has to deal with La Nina effect and that our winter was not as harsh as previous years.

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