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A bug caused TV Station notifications to be turned off in the previous version of the app. If you are upgrading from a previous release and wish to receive alerts & notifications, please go to the app's settings screen and re-enable them.
Numerous bug fixes and stability improvements
Removed app store support for iOS 12, users on older operating systems will need to update their operating system to update their apps.

Ratings and Reviews

Recent update problems

After the most recent update the app freezes with initial start up. Won’t go past the start up screen. Requires a force close. Then reopening the app works. Every time.

Otherwise, the app is great.

No notifications

I received 1 notification after the update today. The video always has the speaker off and you have to click it on for the forecast. My friend and I haven’t received Notifications for months and all the settings are on.
Still no notifications from the app!!!! It worked fine for several years and everything is on to get notifications, but a big ZERO! Where’s your tech support?

Changed to poor visual distinction

I selected this local app for the easy to see visuals on the storm-track radar.
The newest update made the green storm tracks the same green as the rain so you can’t see them as well. It also changes the entire map view.
It puzzles me, with the huge Boomer population aging, that apps don’t consider visual ease for aging eyesight. Apps keep going smaller and less distinctive, and this app just did it as well.
Time for a new weather app.

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National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, Missouri

National Weather Service - Pleasant Hill/Kansas City, Missouri (office identification code: EAX) is a Weather Forecast Office (WFO) of the National Weather Service, which is responsible for forecasts and the dissemination of weather warnings and advisories for 37 counties in northern and western Missouri and seven counties in extreme eastern Kansas, including the Kansas City and St. Josephmetropolitan areas. Though, as the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in Norman, Oklahoma is responsible for issuing severe thunderstorm and tornado watches, the Pleasant Hill/Kansas City WFO only composes outline and status updates for SPC-issued watches affecting any portion of its designated County Warning Area.

The Pleasant Hill Weather Forecast Office – which operates as a branch of the National Weather Service's Central Region Headquarters (CRH) division – manages two Doppler weather radar sites that cover its area of forecasting responsibility, a NEXRAD (WSRD) radar, based outside of the Pleasant Hill offices (radar identification code: TLX), serving northeastern Kansas and most of western Missouri; and a Terminal Doppler Weather Radar at Kansas City International Airport (MCI), serving the immediate Kansas City area.[1]

The office is located at North 7 Highway in the Kansas City suburb of Pleasant Hill, Missouri. NWS Pleasant Hill/Kansas City is currently overseen by Julie Adolphson, who has served as the Meteorologist In Charge of the office since October [1]


The Pleasant Hill WFO's county warning area, bordered in blue, covers 37 counties in northern and western Missouri and seven counties in extreme eastern Kansas.

On February 9, , PresidentUlysses Grant signed into law a Joint Congressional Resolution that required the Secretary of War to establish a weather forecasting service for the United States. Tasked with taking and disseminating weather observations from selected sites, this agency was assigned to the Signal Service of the United States Army due to the fact that military discipline was needed and the new service needed to have a reliable communications system. Weather observations were initially to be made at 24 sites, with observations to be taken three times daily at &#;a.m., and &#;p.m. local time. The official observations were then transmitted back to Washington D.C., with other observations to be taken as required.

In , Washington University in St. Louis had assigned observers report temperature and precipitation information from around Missouri. In , the Missouri Legislature approved a bill to establish a statewide weather service. By , the Missouri Climate Network consisted of 77 reporting stations, including one located in Kansas City. A summary of the success of this program was reported to the St. Louis Academy of Science in By , the number of Signal Corps weather stations had increased into the hundreds; problems between the Department of War and the Signal Corps over the latter's desire for more autonomy had also increased.

On July 1, , the Signal Corps opened its first Weather Service office in Kansas City, located in the U.S. Customs Building on 9th and Walnut Streets, with the commencement of observations. On November 16, , Patrick Conner became the station chief and remained in the position for 41 years until his retirement on August 31, On May 1, , the office moved its operations into the Rialto Building on 9th Street and Grand Avenue.

On October 1, , President Benjamin Harrison signed an act transferring the responsibilities of the weather service from the Signal Corps to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, establishing the foundation for the new U.S. Weather Bureau that had been laid under the purview of the Signal Corps. On July 1, , the weather stations, telegraph lines, equipment and honorably discharged Signal Corps personnel were transferred to the Department of Agriculture's new civilian Weather Bureau. On July 1, , the bureau offices and primary observation site moved to the Scarritt Building on 9th and Grand.

Between January 1, and November 2, , portions of the observational program were conducted at both the Post Office Building at the Kansas City Municipal Airport as well as in downtown Kansas City at the New Post Office Building at Pershing Road. On November 2, , the Kansas City office of the Weather Bureau and main observation site migrated to the Administration Building at the Municipal Airport. On June 30, , the U.S. Government transferred the Weather Bureau's operations to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

In , the Severe Local Storms Unit (SELS) – the forerunner of the Storm Prediction Center that was established in March as the Severe Weather Unit (SWU), an experimental forecasting unit created to provide forecasts for severe thunderstorms and developed the modern-day severe thunderstorm and tornado watch program – relocated its operations from the U.S. Weather Bureau's analysis center in Washington, D.C. to the Kansas City Weather Bureau office at the Municipal Airport; at that time, the unit began disseminating tornado forecasts to the public on a widespread basis, albeit having to undergo a protocol involving the chiefs of the district offices whose regional offices were to be notified to plan to forecast the threat of severe weather and SELS forecasters to determine whether the threat of tornadoes would be mentioned in the public forecast if the threat in question. SELS would ultimately eliminate the end-run that gave the district office chiefs the right of first refusal in deciding whether the threat could be mentioned in the forecasts in , when the Weather Bureau opted to disseminate the SELS-developed forecast to the general public through broadcast and print media.[2]

On May 20, , the Kansas City office released what would serve as the template for tornado warnings, when a public alert was issued for an F5 tornado that developed southwest of Williamsburg, Kansas and went on to devastate the Ruskin Heights neighborhood of Kansas City. Despite the agency's continued reluctance on incorporating references to tornadoes in public warnings to the public, seven years after the U.S. Weather Bureau officially lifted a ban on tornado forecasts, staff meteorologist Joe Audsley issued a statement that a "funnel cloud [was sighted] touching the ground" in Paola, Kansas at &#;p.m. that evening, in order to reinforce the severe weather forecast issued by SELS.[3] Audsley – who was reprimanded for issuing a message on a potential tornado (which turned out to be accurate) by the meteorologist in charge of the Weather Bureau office in Sioux City, Iowa, when he worked there in – relayed an update to the previous alert around &#;p.m., this time noting that the Olathe Naval Air Station reported that a tornado was on the ground southeast of Olathe, Kansas and moving "rapidly northeast" into the southeastern portion of the Kansas City area, and subsequently issued additional messages detailing the exact track of the tornado as indicated by radar and reports from airline pilots and the public.[3]

On January 20, , the office moved its operations into the Federal Aviation Administration Building at the Municipal Airport, and became the largest office of the Weather Bureau (which would be renamed the National Weather Service on January 1, ) located outside of Washington D.C. The office complex became known as the National Severe Storms Forecast Center (NSSFC), incorporating the observations and SELS units and ten additional units – RADU (which provided analysis of hourly radar reports), Comms (which managed the Weather Bureau's teletype circuits), a District Forecast unit (responsible for oversight of the regional forecast offices in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska), a Flight Advisory unit (which provided aviation forecasts for the Midwestern United States), a WSR radar unit, regional and national public service units, and units for satellite forecasts, atmospheric charting, forecasting computers, and Techniques and Development.

On October 2, , the National Weather Service moved the operations of its regional Weather Service Office (WSO) into a trailer on the southwest portion of Kansas City International Airport; the remainder of the NSSFC's operations, meanwhile, moved into the Federal Building in downtown Kansas City.

On April 15, , the National Weather Service moved into a permanent facility at Mexico City Avenue, which handled surface observations, severe local warnings and local adaptive forecasts. The office operated an WSR radar and monitored multiple ALERT observation systems, which received rainfall and river stage information. In , the Weather Forecast Office (WFO) began to transfer various operations functions to a new facility located at North 7 Highway in Pleasant Hill, which also housed the operations of the Missouri Basin River Forecast Center. Randall McKee (who was promoted to the position in December , following the departure of predecessor Beverly Poole, who left the Kansas City WFO in April of that year after four years) retained his duties as the office's Meteorologist in Charge with the move to Pleasant Hill, and remained in that position until January ; he was eventually succeeded in October of that year by Lynn Maximuk, who oversaw the office's forecasting operations until April ; by the time that Maximuk took over, responsibilities for the dissemination of forecasts and weather warnings for the WFO's area of responsibility were transferred to the Pleasant Hill facility.

Instead of accompanying the Weather Forecast Office to the new Pleasant Hill facility, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration decided to migrate the operations of the National Severe Storms Forecast Center from Kansas City to a wing of the Max Westheimer Airport campus in Norman, Oklahoma in October , when it adopted its current name as the Storm Prediction Center.[4] The office at Kansas City International Airport remained in operation until the summer of , at which time all remaining functions were transferred to the Pleasant Hill building; the WSR radar system near the airport was concurrently decommissioned, as a result of the new NEXRAD radar system based at the airport coming online as part of the nationwide rollout of the advanced radar. In October , Julie Adolphson was appointed as Meteorologist in Charge of the Pleasant Hill office.

NOAA Weather Radio[edit]

Further information: NOAA Weather Radio

The Pleasant Hill Weather Forecast Office maintains eight NOAA Weather Radio transmitters across the northwestern third of Missouri and two in far eastern Kansas to transmit routine extended and specialized short-term forecasts, current weather observations, hazardous weather outlooks and historical weather information. Each of the transmitters, through the Emergency Alert System, also disseminate watches, warnings and advisories issued by the NWS office, severe thunderstorm and tornado watches issued by the Storm Prediction Center and other emergency information to the public.[5]

The office schedules a required weekly test of the Specific Area Message Encoding system for public alert dissemination on all ten NOAA Weather Radio transmitters in the region each Wednesday at a.m. and p.m. Central Time; exceptions exist if there is a threat of severe weather that day within the listening area of any or all of the stations, in which case the test will be postponed until the following Wednesday, barring that severe weather is not forecast to occur then.

City of licenseCall signFrequency (MHz)Service area of transmitter
Cameron, MissouriKZZ85&#;MHzportions of northwest Missouri
Carrollton, MissouriKZZ34&#;MHzportions of central Missouri
Galt, MissouriKZZ38&#;MHzportions of north-central Missouri
Independence, MissouriKID77&#;MHzKansas City Metropolitan Area
Lancaster, MissouriWXM36&#;MHzportions of northeast Missouri and extreme southeast Iowa
La Plata, MissouriWXM39&#;MHzportions of northeast Missouri
Maryville, MissouriKZZ37&#;MHzportions of northwest Missouri and extreme southwest Iowa
Parker, KansasWZ&#;MHzportions of extreme east-central Kansas and extreme west-central Missouri
Shawnee Mound, MissouriKZZ39&#;MHzportions of west-central Missouri
Wathena, KansasKEC77&#;MHzSt. Joseph area


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List of National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices

Alaska Region
  • Anchorage, Alaska (AFC)
  • Fairbanks, Alaska (AFG)
  • Juneau, Alaska (AJK)
Central Region
  • Denver/Boulder, Colorado (BOU)
  • Grand Junction, Colorado (GJT)
  • Pueblo, Colorado (PUB)
  • Chicago, Illinois (LOT)
  • Lincoln, Illinois (ILX)
  • Indianapolis, Indiana (IND)
  • Northern Indiana (IWX)
  • Quad Cities, IL/IA (DVN)
  • Des Moines, Iowa (DMX)
  • Dodge City, Kansas (DDC)
  • Goodland, Kansas (GLD)
  • Topeka, Kansas (TOP)
  • Wichita, Kansas (ICT)
  • Jackson, Kentucky (JKL)
  • Louisville, Kentucky (LMK)
  • Paducah, Kentucky (PAH)
  • Detroit/Pontiac, Michigan (DTX)
  • Gaylord, Michigan (APX)
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan (GRR)
  • Marquette, Michigan (MQT)
  • Duluth, Minnesota (DLH)
  • Minneapolis/Twin Cities, Minnesota (MPX)
  • Kansas City/Pleasant Hill (EAX)
  • Springfield, Missouri (SGF)
  • St. Louis, Missouri (LSX)
  • Hastings, Nebraska (GID)
  • North Platte, Nebraska (LBF)
  • Omaha/Valley, Nebraska (OAX)
  • Bismarck, North Dakota (BIS)
  • Grand Forks, North Dakota (FGF)
  • Aberdeen, South Dakota (ABR)
  • Rapid City, South Dakota (UNR)
  • Sioux Falls, South Dakota (FSD)
  • Green Bay, Wisconsin (GRB)
  • La Crosse, Wisconsin (ARX)
  • Milwaukee/Sullivan, Wisconsin (MKX)
  • Cheyenne, Wyoming (CYS)
  • Riverton, Wyoming (RIW)
Eastern Region
  • Caribou, Maine (CAR)
  • Gray/Portland, Maine (GYX)
  • Boston, Massachusetts (BOX)
  • Mount Holly/Philadelphia, New Jersey (PHI)
  • Albany, New York (ALY)
  • Binghamton, New York (BGM)
  • Buffalo, New York (BUF)
  • New York/Upton, New York (OKX)
  • Newport/Morehead City, North Carolina (MHX)
  • Raleigh, North Carolina (RAH)
  • Wilmington, North Carolina (ILM)
  • Cleveland, Ohio (CLE)
  • Wilmington, Ohio (ILN)
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PBZ)
  • State College, Pennsylvania (CTP)
  • Charleston, South Carolina (CHS)
  • Columbia, South Carolina (CAE)
  • Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina (GSP)
  • Burlington, Vermont (BTV)
  • Baltimore/Washington, Virginia (LWX)
  • Blacksburg, Virginia (RNK)
  • Wakefield, Virginia (AKQ)
  • Charleston, West Virginia (RLX)
Pacific Region
  • Tiyan, Guam (GUM)
  • Honolulu, Hawaii (HFO)
  • Pago Pago, American Samoa (PPG)
Southern Region
  • Birmingham, Alabama (BMX)
  • Huntsville, Alabama (HUN)
  • Mobile/Pensacola, Alabama (MOB)
  • North Little Rock, Arkansas (LZK)
  • Jacksonville, Florida (JAX)
  • Key West, Florida (KEY)
  • Melbourne, Florida (MLB)
  • Miami, Florida (MFL)
  • Tallahassee, Florida (TAE)
  • Tampa, Florida (TBW)
  • Peachtree City/Atlanta, Georgia (FFC)
  • Lake Charles, Louisiana (LCH)
  • New Orleans/Baton Rouge, Louisiana (LIX)
  • Shreveport, Louisiana (SHV)
  • Jackson, Mississippi (JAN)
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico (ABQ)
  • Norman/Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (OUN)
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma (TSA)
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)
  • Memphis, Tennessee (MEG)
  • Morristown/Knoxville, Tennessee (MRX)
  • Nashville, Tennessee (OHX)
  • Amarillo, Texas (AMA)
  • Austin/San Antonio, Texas (EWX)
  • Brownsville, Texas (BRO)
  • Corpus Christi, Texas (CRP)
  • Fort Worth-Dallas, Texas (FWD)
  • El Paso, Texas (EPZ)
  • Houston/Galveston, Texas (HGX)
  • Lubbock, Texas (LUB)
  • Midland/Odessa, Texas (MAF)
  • San Angelo, Texas (SJT)
Western Region
  • Flagstaff, Arizona (FGZ)
  • Phoenix, Arizona (PSR)
  • Tucson, Arizona (TWC)
  • Eureka, California (EKA)
  • Los Angeles/Oxnard, California (LOX)
  • Sacramento, California (STO)
  • San Diego, California (SGX)
  • San Francisco Bay Area/Monterey, California (MTR)
  • San Joaquin Valley/Hanford, California (HNX)
  • Boise, Idaho (BOI)
  • Pocatello, Idaho (PIH)
  • Billings, Montana (BYZ)
  • Glasgow, Montana (GGW)
  • Great Falls, Montana (TFX)
  • Missoula, Montana (MSO)
  • Elko, Nevada (LKN)
  • Las Vegas, Nevada (VEF)
  • Reno, Nevada (REV)
  • Medford, Oregon (MFR)
  • Pendleton, Oregon (PDT)
  • Portland, Oregon (PQR)
  • Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC)
  • Seattle, Washington (SEW)
  • Spokane, Washington (OTX)
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Overnight: Clear, with a low around West wind around 6 mph.

Saturday: Sunny, with a high near West northwest wind between 6 and 8 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

Saturday Night: Clear, with a low around Light west southwest wind.

Sunday: Sunny, with a high near Calm wind becoming southwest around 6 mph.

Sunday Night: Clear, with a low around South southwest wind between 3 and 5 mph.

Monday: Sunny, with a high near

Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around

Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near

Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near

Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around

Thursday: Sunny, with a high near

Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around

Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near

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Charles B Wheeler Downtown Airport
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Humidity:68 %
Wind Speed:W 5 MPH
Barometer:" ( mb)
Dewpoint:35 °F (2 °C)
Wind Chill:43 °F (6 °C)
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KMBC 9 News

KMBC 9 News LogoKMBC 9 News is an ABC affiliate TV service serving the Metropolitan area of Kansas City. Being owned by Hearst Communication&#;s Hearst Television, KMBC News operates at Virtual Channel 9. The station covers everything from Kansas City Local News to Real Estate News, Breaking News Kansas City, KMBC Weather, Traffic, Sports, Entertainment, Politics, Community, Automotive, and Investigative journalism. The audience can watch KMBC live on various cable networks, including Spectrum, AT&T, and Suddenlink Communications. They can, however, also watch KMBC live stream over the kmbc.com and KMBC 9 News and Weather App.

KMBC Weather provides Hourly Forecast, 9-Day Forecast, KMBC Radar, KMBC School Closings, Severe Weather Alerts, First Alert Weather 9 Team, First Alert Weather App, and other services. Meanwhile, Channel 9 Kansas City also features National News, State of Addiction, Coronavirus Updates, High School Sports, Matter of Fact, In Focus, ulocal, Stitch, Editorials, exciting contests, and whatnot. Channel 9 Kansas City uses the brand name &#;KMBC 9 News&#; and the catchphrase &#;Leading the Way&#; for its news services.

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What channel is ABC in Kansas City?

Kansas City viewers can watch ABC programming over the cable network, satellite service, and antenna at Virtual CH 9. They can enjoy all kinds of shows from Entertainment to political discussion.

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KMBC 9 News Team

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The audience can also always rely on the KMBC Weather team&#;s prediction before going out for a picnic or attending the outdoor wedding ceremony. From severe weather alerts to a 9-day weather forecast, KMBC First Alert 9 Weather Team prepares for everything. Katie Horner, Bryan Busby, Nick Bender, Neville Miller, and Pete Grigsby form a perfect team of meteorologists at KMBC News.

Pete Grigsby: KMBC Weather Anchor

Pete Grigsby @ KMBC 9 News LivePete Grigsby is among the oldest weather personalities working in the KMBC Weather department for more than 20 years. In his 30 years of weather reporting, Pete has earned a Seal of Approval from both the National Weather Association (NWA) and the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Grigsby has worked as a weather personality in Kentucky, Indiana, and Virginia. Later, Pete decided to adjust his career path by accepting a position at Blue Springs School District as an administrator in July in order to accommodate for extra family hours. He supervises the radio channel and TV channel (BSSD News) for Blue Springs&#; High Schools. Pete also provides weather forecasts based on the KMBC weather radar.

Moreover, Grigsby also teaches broadcasting and meteorology classes. Currently, he offers limited time to KMBC, especially when the weather gets severe. Pete completed his education at Western Kentucky University in However, he started working as a chief meteorologist for WBKO in January , right when he began doing Meteorology at the University. In , Grigsby joined WEVV News as a TV Meteorologist and served the station for three years.  Later, Pete started working as a Chief Meteorologist at WTKR News 3 in Eventually, Grigsby began to work as a TV Meteorologist at KMBC Kansas City in February and since then has been serving the channel with great passion. While working for KMBC Weather, Pete also joined Blue Springs School District as a Media Director and Instructor in July He has been managing both jobs for more than a decade.

Neville Miller: Meteorologist at KMBC Weather

Neville Miller of KMBC 9 NewsNeville Miller has been working as a weekend meteorologist at KMBC Weather department for more than seven years. Joining the station in , Miller covered many severe weather events over the course of years. He had the drive to learn about weather and relaying that information to other people since the beginning. Neville Miller provides weather forecasts predicted by KMBC radar, KMBC School closings, breaking news alerts during severe weather conditions, and many other services like that.

Miller did a BS in Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Missouri-Columbia. After that, he became a part of KMIZ News ABC 17, KQFX Fox 22, KZOU MyNetworkTV, StormTrack 24/7 in Two years later, Neville started working as a Meteorologist at Allbritton Communications in Then, he started working as an Anchor at Newsy.com in Eventually, he joined the pair of KMIZ-TV again in and started appearing as a Morning Meteorologist. He produced weather content for all the stations, including ABC 17, Fox 22, MeTV, and MyNetworkTV KZOU. Ultimately, Miller became a part of KMBC Weather in and since then has been serving the station as a Weekend Evening Meteorologist.

KMBC Weather Services

KMBC Weather is among the top-rated weather services in town, providing Kansas City&#;s climate conditions accurately and precisely based on the KMBC weather radar and KMBC forecast. Aside from delivering the KMBC weather reports over the air, viewers can also get the latest updates through digital means such as kmbc.com (the official website) or KMBC 9 News or Weather (mobile app). You can see either the day will remain sunny or is it about to rain. Meanwhile, viewers can also see minute-by-minute update during the severe weather conditions and what measure should the residents take if a strong tornado or hurricane will hit the city. Moreover, the audience can watch severe weather alerts, different maps, KMBC school closings, live KMBC radar, hour forecast, day forecast, and hourly forecast.

KMBC 9 News Live Weather Team at KMBC 9 News

KMBC Weather Radar

Watch the storm movement, rain updates, and severe weather conditions anywhere in the world with the channel&#;s exclusive interactive radar &#;KMBC Radar.&#;

Go to the bottom right corner of the radar and click the layers menu. It will show the options like Storm Tracks, Current Conditions, and Feels Like Temperature. Meanwhile, users can also find real-time severe weather watches and alerts in their respective regions. KMBC Weather Radar has the ability to zoom in to the street level and zoom out up to the regional level or even the country level. Moreover, the audience can also see past weather updates and forecasts.

You can also go to the official website and sign up on the page to receive warnings and alerts via an email about the severe weather in town. Furthermore, the channel&#;s alert page updates Kansas City&#;s current severe weather warnings and watches.

KMBC 9 News and Weather App

With the catchphrase Leading the Way, KMBC 9 News and Weather App offer real-time breaking news, Kansas City local news, national news, traffic reports, sports, politics, top stories, entertainment, and more. Moreover, viewers can also enjoy KMBC 9 News live stream free on their mobile devices.

Sky Chopper KMBC 9 News

With the Channel 9 Kansas City News and Weather App, the audience can get:

  • Alerts about breaking news and Kansas City News Today with push-alert notification service.
  • Get real-time updates from the KMBC 9 News Team and watch KMBC live breaking news and local news.
  • Share the stories and news articles with friends on social media pages or via email.
  • Submit a news tip, breaking news, or send their news photos or weather photos & videos through an email directly to the channel studio. It might get a chance to feature online.
  • View the current weather situation in Kansas City or its suburbs, hourly forecast, weekly forecast, anywhere in the world, any time of the day or night.
  • KMBC Radar will allow the user to zoom in and zoom out up to the street level or regional level and watch the storms as they reach close to the city.
  • Users can watch the significant weather activities in town by moving the map around.
  • Watch exclusive videocast from the channel&#;s favorite weather personalities and receive weather notifications and updates.

It doesn&#;t matter where you are on the planet; The app will provide the latest and up-to-date weather news and information related to Kansas City local area.

KMBC 9 Popular Programming

Channel 9 News Kansas City presents various amazing Television shows, including The Con, Call Your Mother, The Big Bang TheoryThe Big Bang TheoryThe Big Bang Theory is a comedy sitcom consisting of total 12 seasons. The show is produced by Faye Oshima Belyeu., ABC World News Now, and The Kelly Clarkson Show. KMBC Live clears the entire ABC schedule and provides all the popular programs with a high rating.

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Good Morning AmericaKMBC First NewsKMBC First News at a.m.America This Morning
ExtraThe Big Bang TheoryJimmy Kimmel LiveThe Conners
The ConCall Your MotherKMBC News at 10 pmABC News Nightline
Entertainment TonightABC World News NowThe ViewTamron Hall
KMBC First News at amThe Dr. OZ ShowGeneral HospitalGMA3: What You Need to Know
The Ellen DeGeneres ShowThe Kelly Clarkson ShowABC World News Tonight with David MuirKMBC News at 4 pm
Station 19A Million Little ThingsGrey&#;s AnatomyShark Tank
20/20Raw TravelUS Farm ReportKMBC First News Weekend
MyDestination.TVOcean Treks with Jeff CorwinGood Morning America SaturdayUFC Live
NCAA BasketballThe SongModern FamilyAmerican Idol
NifhtwatchExtra WeekendAfrican American Short FilmsSmall Town Big Deal
Storm of SuspicionMade in HollywoodMatter of FactJoel Osteen
Hiring AmericaTeen Kids NewsAmerica’s Funniest Home VideosThe Week with George Stephanopoulos

About KMBC 9 News

KMBC TV is a Hearst Television-owned TV channel that is among the leading Kansas City News Stations. The station takes primary content from ABC and secondary programming from MeTV. Being licensed to Kanas City, Missouri, KMBC 9 News operates alongside a CW affiliate TV channel KCWE. Both networks share the studio place in the Winchester-Ring section of the area on Winchester Avenue, close to Swope Park along I However, KMBC 9 antenna is installed at the intersection of Topping Avenue and the East 23rd St in the Blue Valley section of the region. Different cable operators such as Consolidated Communications, Comcast Xfinity and Charter Spectrum provide the station’s transmission.

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/kmbc
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Tower Location: Intersection of East 23rd Street and Topping Avenue in the city&#;s Blue Valley section
Brand Name: KMBC 9

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KMBC 9 News Coverage Map


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Radar kansas city

Kansas City Doppler Radar Loop

Clear Air dBZ ScalePrecipitation dBZ Scale
Rainrate - inches per hour

The colors are the different echo intensities (reflectivity) measured in dBZ (decibels of Z) during each elevation scan. "Reflectivity" is the amount of transmitted power returned to the radar receiver. Reflectivity (designated by the letter Z) covers a wide range of signals (from very weak to very strong). So, a more convenient number for calculations and comparison, a decibel (or logarithmic) scale (dBZ), is used.

The dBZ values increase as the strength of the signal returned to the radar increases. Each reflectivity image you see includes one of two color scales. One scale (far left) represents dBZ values when the radar is in clear air mode (dBZ values from to +28). The other scale (near left) represents dBZ values when the radar is in precipitation mode (dBZ values from 5 to 75). Notice the color on each scale remains the same in both operational modes, only the values change. The value of the dBZ depends upon the mode the radar is in at the time the image was created.

The scale of dBZ values is also related to the intensity of rainfall. Typically, light rain is occurring when the dBZ value reaches The higher the dBZ, the stronger the rainrate. Depending on the type of weather occurring and the area of the U.S., forecasters use a set of rainrates which are associated to the dBZ values.

These values are estimates of the rainfall per hour, updated each volume scan, with rainfall accumulated over time. Hail is a good reflector of energy and will return very high dBZ values. Since hail can cause the rainfall estimates to be higher than what is actually occurring, steps are taken to prevent these high dBZ values from being converted to rainfall.

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Live Radar- Kansas City MO

Kansas City Metro Area Live Audio Feeds

ListenFeedGenreListenersPlayer SelectionLinksStatusAlma FirePublic Safety
0  OnlineBonner Springs FirePublic Safety
1    OnlineCameron Ambulance and Fire DispatchPublic Safety
0  OnlineCass County Fire and EMS Departments - CentralPublic Safety
3  Online Clay County Public Safety

Clay County Sheriff, Birmingham Fire, Excelsior Springs Police & Fire, Gladstone Police & Fire, Kearney Police & Fire, Liberty Police & Fire, North Kansas City Police & Fire, Pleasant Valley & Claycomo Police, Pleasant Valley FirePublic Safety
5  OnlineClinton County Sheriff, Police, Fire, EMSPublic Safety
3  OnlineIndependence Fire and Missouri High Patrol Troop APublic Safety
2  Online Jackson County Public Safety

SDR (Software Defined Radio) - Channels include: Reg Common 3 (Vehicle Pursuit channel) - Jackson County Municipal (Buckner, Grain Valley, Oak Grove) - Missouri Highway Patrol (Troop A) - Independence Fire DeptPublic Safety
3  Online Johnson County Public Safety

Covers mostly all Johnson County PD & FD dispatch channels. This feed uses an audio queuing system and can become quite delayed during extremely high call volume.Public Safety
63    OnlineK0ECS MHz Johnson County Skywarn Repeater

Johnson County Emergency Communication Service, Inc. (K0ECS) repeater. K0ECS is the Johnson County R.A.C.E.S. and Skywarn organization.

Status:New receiver setup. Please send any reports on audio and/or signal quality would be appreciated. Send reports to [email protected]Amateur Radio
0    Online Kansas City Fire

Kansas City Fire and EMS response. When the dispatcher says A3, A4, Tac5, etc they are directing the responding unit to use a specific channel.Public Safety
8  OnlineKansas City International Airport Tower (KMCI)Aviation
1  Online Kansas City Metro Area Fire, EMS, and Police

Includes Riverside, Gladstone,Jackson County, Clay County, Platte County, Kansas City PD & Fire. No Tac or enforcement units. Please make sure that there is actually a problem before submitting a report.Public Safety
14  OnlineKansas City Regional Public Safety

►Law Enforcement: Grandview, Raytown, Blue Springs, Buckner, Grain Valley, Greenwood, Lotawana, Tapawingo, Lone Jack, Oak Grove, MSHP Troop A, Police Pursuits ►Fire/EMS: KCFD, Lee’s Summit, Independence, CJC, AMR ►Facebook.com/LSscannerPublic Safety
72    OnlineKansas City Wide' digital Fusion room

This feed monitors the Kansas City Wide digital Fusion room, a linked network of Yaesu System Fusion repeaters around the Kansas City Metro area.

Status:Wires-X room , Echolink WØFH-L, YSF US-KCWIDEAmateur Radio
0    OnlineLeavenworth County Volunteer Fire DispatchPublic Safety
1  OnlineLeavenworth County Volunteer Fire GroundsPublic Safety
1  OnlineLeavenworth County Volunteer Fire Tac 5Public Safety
2  OnlineLexington Fire and EMSPublic Safety
1  OnlineMiami County EMS and Osawatomie Fire Department

This feed monitors Miami KS EMS Dispatch and Osawatomie KS Fire.Public Safety
4  OnlineN0HV MHz Southside ARC RepeaterAmateur Radio
0  OnlineN0SWP MHz Linked System Repeater

Feed of the repeater at Osborn, MO. Repeater is used by NWMO ARES and Skywarn.Amateur Radio
0  OnlinePaola FirePublic Safety
1  Online Ray County Public Safety

Ray county Area Richmond PD , Richmond FD/Ray county fire , Ray County Sheriff , Lawson PD , Lawson Fire , Missouri HP Troop A, Lafayette county is also available.Public Safety
16  OnlineSugar Creek FirePublic Safety
1    Online
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