Wichita Weather Story Archives for 2001


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(12/19/2001) Central Kansas Receives Up to 1 Inch of Snowfall By: Jim Caruso
A light snowfall accumulation affected parts of central Kansas Tuesday Evening, December 18th.
(12/5/2001) November 2001 - Much Warmer Than Normal in Wichita By: Chad Omitt
November 2001 will go down as the 4th warmest on record in Wichita.
(9/18/2001) Severe thunderstorms and flooding strike central Kansas September 17th. By: Pete Wolf, Jim Caruso
An approaching upper level storm system brought scattered severe thunderstorms with hail, high winds, and excessive rainfall to portions of central and southern Kansas Monday.
(9/9/2001) September 7th, 2001 Severe Weather Event By: Jim Caruso, Paul Howerton
Numerous severe weather events occurred across Central and Southeast Kansas including a damaging tornado.
(9/1/2001) Wichita records its eighth warmest summer on record. By: Phil Hysell
The average temperature from June through August 2001 was the warmest Wichita has seen in over 10 years.
(9/1/2001) August Ends with Active Weather By: Paul Howerton
Four rounds of severe weather hit central and south central Kansas.
(8/29/2001) Despite Recent Rains The Long Term Dryness Still Exists By: Kevin Darmofal
Wichita has only received 38 percent of its normal rainfall since mid June.
(8/18/2001) Welcome Rain Finally Visits Wichita! By: Kevin Darmofal
Wichita Received Measurable Rainfall For The First Time Since July 27th.
(8/15/2001) Wichita Missed Again on Getting Some Much Needed Rainfall By: Kevin Darmofal
THE LAST TIME MEASURABLE RAINFALL WAS REPORTED IN WICHITA WAS 19 DAYS AGO.
(8/13/2001) JUST HOW DRY HAS IT BEEN IN WICHITA LATELY ? By: Kevin Darmofal
THE LAST TIME MEASURABLE RAINFALL WAS REPORTED AT THE MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT WAS 17 DAYS AGO.
(8/11/2001) A Cold Front Brings An Abrupt End To The Heatwave In Wichita. By: Hayden Frank
Wichita Records Its Coolest Afternoon High Since June 21st.
(7/31/2001) More 100 Degree Information For Wichita By: Hayden Frank
Wichita had seventeen 100+ degree days for the month of July.
(7/23/2001) The Heat Continues By: Darmofal/Wilson
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(7/11/2001) Mini-Severe Weather Event of June 20, 2001. By: Hayden Frank and Jim Caruso
Thunderstorms producd golfball sized hail and 80 MPH winds Wednesday afternoon.
(7/11/2001) Severe Thunderstorms With Damaging Winds Strike Southeast Kansas By: Jim Caruso and Greg Noonan
Severe thunderstorms rip across Southeast Kansas the afternoon of June 14th, 2001.
(7/11/2001) June 5th, 2001 Severe Weather Event in South Central Kansas By: Phil Hysell and Jim Caruso
Several weak tornadoes, along with large hail, damaging winds and flooding rains pounded South Central Kansas.
(7/11/2001) Tornado Strikes Hoisington By: Chance Hayes
Preliminary information on the tornado which struck Hoisington on April 21, 2001.
(7/9/2001) February 8th-9th, 2001 Winter Storm By: Phil Hysell
Up to a foot of snow and ice hits central and southcentral Kansas.
(7/9/2001) Winter Storm Strikes Central and Southeastern Kansas, January 27th-28th, 2001 By: Jim Caruso
A Winter storm struck late Saturday into Sunday morning, producing heavy snowfall and damaging accumulations of ice across central and south central Kansas.
(7/9/2001) December 12th-13th, 2000 Snowstorm in Central and Southeastern Kansas By: Richard Elder
An upper level storm system moved out of the Rockies, and into the central Plains Tuesday night into Wednesday. This storm brought heavy snow to portions of South Central and Southeastern Kansas.
(7/8/2001) Tornadic Supercell Thunderstorms Strike Southeastern Kansas - April 19th, 2000 By: Jim Caruso, Kevin Darmofal, Chance Hayes, Richard Elder
Two supercell thunderstorms spawned damaging tornadoes across southeast Kansas on Wednesday evening, April 19th, 2000.
(7/8/2001) Report on May 3rd 1999 Wichita-Haysville Tornado By: John Ogren
Damage survey rates the Wichita-Haysville tornado an F4.

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