Wichita Weather Story Archives for 2002


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(12/5/2002) The December 3-4, 2002 Winter Storm in South Central and Southeast Kansas By: Jim Caruso, Chris Jakub
Much of south central and southeastern Kansas were hit with 6 or more inches of snowfall.
(10/30/2002) Wichita Records an Unbelievable 9 Straight Days of Measurable Rainfall By: Hayden Frank
Wichita will record its 2nd wettest, and one of its coldest October's, since weather records began back in 1888.
(9/20/2002) Are we heading into Spring or Fall?? By: Robb Lawson
On the evening of September 18th mother nature reminded us that severe weather can even occur as Fall approaches.
(9/4/2002) Summer of 2002 in Wichita By: Hayden Frank
The summer of 2002, did not feature the extreme heat that was seen in previous years.
(8/13/2002) A Wild Evening of Weather Rocks Central Kansas, Monday August 12th By: Hayden Frank
Strong damaging winds, along with large hail and flooding payed a visit to Central Kansas.
(6/17/2002) June 15th Turned into a Long Day of Severe Weather By: Paul Howerton and Jim Caruso
Wind, hail, flooding and a brief tornado occured on Saturday.
(6/14/2002) Two Days of Severe Weather By: Robb Lawson
June 11th and 12th prove to be busy severe weather days across Central and Eastern Kansas.
(5/26/2002) Recent Heavy Rains Douse The Area...Cause Widespread Flooding By: C. Omitt
Torrential Rains and Flooding of May 23rd and 24th Highlight What has been an Incredibly Wet Month for portions of Kansas.
(4/12/2002) April 11, 2002 - Unusual tornado event By: Hayden Frank and Chance Hayes
Long track tornado/landspout moves across Reno County.
(4/4/2002) A Mild Winter Followed By Dramatic Temperature Fluctuations By: Hayden Frank and Mike Ekster
Russell and Chanute Both Set All Time Monthly Record Low Temperatures Within The last 30 days.
(3/9/2002) First Severe Weather Event of 2002 Brings Damaging Winds and Hail to Central and Southeast Kansas. By: Jim Caruso and Robb Lawson
Numerous reports of hail and high winds impacted Central and Southeast Kansas Friday Evening, March 8th.
(3/2/2002) March Comes in Like a Lion By: Robb Lawson, Bruce Wightman, Hayden Frank, and Paul Howerton
Arctic Air and Snow Return to Central and Southeast Kansas.
(1/31/2002) Major Winter Storm Slams Central and Southeast Kansas By: Rob Cox (Lead Meteorologist)
First winter storm of the season brings a variety of winter weather conditions from Jan 29-Jan 31, 2002.
(1/20/2002) Two Winter Weather Events Affected Portions of Our Area By: Hayden Frank
Accumulating Snows Fell Across Portions of Eastern Kansas Thursday January 17th and Friday January 18th
(1/13/2002) HOW DRY HAS IT BEEN ACROSS THE WICHITA AREA? By: Kevin Darmofal
Although nice for outdoor activities, the mild and dry weather continues to worsen the drought conditions across south central Kansas.
(1/2/2002) A Review of the Weather in Central and Eastern Kansas in 2001 By: Phil Hysell
2001 Started Wet, Then Turned Turbulent, and Finished Dry.
(1/1/2002) 2001 Was The Driest Year in Wichita Since 1990 By: Phil Hysell and Paul Howerton
A Dry and Snowless December Helps Wichita Experience Its Driest Year In Over a Decade

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