It was raining Thursday as Jim Johnson dug holes for part of the 120 new boxwood bushes being planted at the National World War I Museum. Johnson, working with his son for CMJ Lawn and Landscaping of Blue Springs, said in a year or two, the boxwoods would grow together and be trimmed to form a hedge wall barrier. The next few days will continue to be soggy in Kansas City as several rounds of storms and thunderstorms move through the area. While severe storms are possible, they’re not likely to be widespread. The threat of tornadoes is low.
It was raining Thursday as Jim Johnson dug holes for part of the 120 new boxwood bushes being planted at the National World War I Museum. Johnson, working with his son for CMJ Lawn and Landscaping of Blue Springs, said in a year or two, the boxwoods would grow together and be trimmed to form a hedge wall barrier. The next few days will continue to be soggy in Kansas City as several rounds of storms and thunderstorms move through the area. While severe storms are possible, they’re not likely to be widespread. The threat of tornadoes is low. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
It was raining Thursday as Jim Johnson dug holes for part of the 120 new boxwood bushes being planted at the National World War I Museum. Johnson, working with his son for CMJ Lawn and Landscaping of Blue Springs, said in a year or two, the boxwoods would grow together and be trimmed to form a hedge wall barrier. The next few days will continue to be soggy in Kansas City as several rounds of storms and thunderstorms move through the area. While severe storms are possible, they’re not likely to be widespread. The threat of tornadoes is low. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Rounds of thunderstorms likely in Kansas City this weekend

May 08, 2015 08:59 AM