Lees Summit Missouri Weather
The weather at this time of year at Lees Summit is far too cold for travellers to feel comfortable. Summer is hot, humid and wet in Lee Summit, winter is very cold and windy and it is partly cloudy all year round.
If the predicted humidity is above 95%, rain is likely and the clouds in the forecast are opaque, so it is a good time to obscure the telescope. January, November and then December are the best months of January and November, then February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September, with dry weather being the best time of year for telescope observations when the sky is partly cloudy due to a high pressure system over the Missouri River Valley.
The growing season at Lee's peak rarely starts from March 14 to April 22 and ends between October 12 and November 18 and lasts 4 to 6 months. The "clear" part of the year at Lee's or Summit begins on June 9 and lasts from June 1 to October 30, with the exception of a few days in the first weeks of July and August. It lasts between 4-6 months and ends on or around October 30, but rarely longer than a week or two, sometimes even up to two weeks.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). The wind is very strong, but not as strong as the wind at Lee's or the summit in the summer months. The wind is strong enough to cause heavy rain, thunderstorms and lightning in some areas.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit the Lees Summit, the hottest months are July, August and then June. The first spring blooms appear on Lee's peaks in mid-April or early May, even though they do not appear until late May or late June or even early July.
According to tourism statistics, the best time to visit Lee peak in warm weather is the end of May to the end of September. Based on these values, the ideal time to visit the Lees summit is in late June or late August for general outdoor tourist activities. Based on these values, the optimal time of year for visiting Lee's Summit as a hot weather activity is between the end of May and the end of October, with the hottest months being July, August and September as the warmest months for the most popular tourist activities at Lee's Summit.
The daily highs are between 82 and 2degrees, but feel comfortable in the face of humidity and wind. Note: The heat index may rise or fall depending on temperature, humidity, wind speed and other factors such as wind direction and direction, as well as wind strength in the area. In addition to the high temperatures, heat indices can also rise and fall, depending on the weather and the number of days with high and low temperatures. For example, in July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, and August, the heat index could rise, fall, or rise again, depending on the temperature and wind, along with the percentage of sunless or sunless days in each of those months.
The wind that blows in a particular location depends on wind speed and direction, as well as other factors such as temperature, humidity and wind strength. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average, so we experience significant seasonal fluctuations over the course of a year.
It will probably rain in early to mid-June, but the amount may not be too heavy and there is a good chance that it will rain in the area for only a short time.
The wintry mix of snow and freezing rain will intensify further on Friday night, making travel conditions worse. Road conditions should continue to improve in the evening, but it could still be dangerous if there is a drizzle, sleet or icy conditions in the area. That's why we took the time to assess the Volkswagen team at Lee's summit and assess how we perform in a snowy environment.
To describe how pleasant the weather was on Lee's summit this year, we calculated two travel figures. The perceived temperature is aligned with humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold a day feels to a person.
Lee's summit experienced a mild day and a cold night, but the view for comparison is from Lee's peak, not from the summit itself. The sky was cloudy and the temperature in the mid-70s was -1.5 degrees Celsius.
The cloud forecast, which predicts a sudden transition from cloudy to clear when no wind is blowing, means that ground fog will form, and the conditions that create this can be predicted hours in advance. Together with timely observations and warnings, increased awareness of the weather and concern about the potential for severe weather events helps prevent tornadoes - deaths associated with storms - and minimize storm damage. This underscores the need for greater awareness of long-lasting, destructive tornadoes in the United States.