Wichita Weather Story Archives for 2003


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(12/13/2003) More snow plows into the area within a week By: Rob Cox
Strong storm system on December 12-13 follows close to the same track as the Tuesday December 9-10 storm.
(12/10/2003) Variety of Winter Weather Affects Central and Southeastern Kansas on December 9th-10th, 2003 By: Jim Caruso
The first substantial snowfall accumulations occurred across portions of Central and Southeastern Kansas Tuesday into Tuesday night.
(10/10/2003) Another Round of Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Affects the Area By: Jim Caruso, Robb Lawson
Widespread showers with a few embedded thunderstorms brought heavy rains and flooding to much of south central Kansas and the Flint Hills Wednesday Afternoon and Night.
(9/23/2003) Summer Goes out With a Bang!! By: Robb Lawson
The last official day of summer brought numerous severe storms to Central and South Central Kansas.
(8/12/2003) Wichita and South Central Kansas awoken by 70 to 80 mph winds!! By: Brad Ketcham and Robb Lawson
Two thunderstorms produced wet microbursts and straight-line wind damage across South Central Kansas. Two of the hardest hit areas were Wichita and El Dorado. The storms hit during the early morning hours of August 11th, 2003.
(7/29/2003) NOAA Weather Radio Live On The Web!! By: Robb Lawson
(7/10/2003) A Line of Severe Thunderstorms Rips Across South Central and Southeast Kansas By: Paul Howerton
Wichita NWS office issued 30 warnings and received 69 reports of severe weather across our warning area on July 9th.
(6/26/2003) Severe Storms Ignite Across South Central and Southeast Kansas By: Robb Lawson
A strong cold front sparks severe storms producing large hail, damaging winds and heavy rainfall.
(5/25/2003) The Udall Tornado revisited By: Robb Lawson
48 years ago South Central Kansas was ravaged by a deadly tornado
(5/14/2003) Long Track Tornado Affects Southeast Kansas on May 8th By: Mike Ekster
Violent week of severe weather highlighted by a large F3 tornado.
(5/5/2003) Tornadoes Strike Southeast Kansas on May 4th By: Paul Howerton
The tornado outbreak of the year begins in Southeast Kansas.
(5/2/2003) April Went Out With a Bang across South Central and Southeast Kansas By: Robb Lawson
Many factors came together on the evening of April 30th to spark severe weather across South Central and Southeast Kansas.
(4/21/2003) Large Hail and a Brief Tornado Affects South Central Kansas on April 19th, 2003. By: Brad Ketcham and Bruce Wightman
Numerous severe thunderstorms moved across a large portion of South Central Kansas with large hail and damaging winds.
(4/16/2003) A Few Severe Thunderstorms with High Winds Affected Central and Southeast Kansas, April 15-16th, 2003 By: Jim Caruso
Scattered severe thunderstorms, packing high wind gusts, moved across portions of central and southeastern Kansas Tuesday night.
(3/20/2003) New Severe Weather Voice for Noaa Weather Radio!! By: Robb Lawson
When severe weather threatens Central and Eastern Kansas, listen for the new severe weather voice!!
(3/14/2003) Severe Thunderstorms Strike Southeastern Kansas By: Jim Caruso & Robb Lawson
Severe thunderstorms brought mainly large hail and heavy rainfall to portions of Southeastern Kansas Wednesday Evening, March 12th.
(2/24/2003) Another Winter Storm Strikes the Region. By: Paul Howerton
Heavy snow occurred over portions of south central and southeast Kansas on February 23.
(2/7/2003) Potent Storm System produces limited snowfall in Central and Southeast Kansas By: Rob Cox
Snow interrupts the evening and morning commute on February 5-6.
(1/2/2003) Heavy Snowfall Impacts Portions of Southeastern Kansas, Jan 1-2, 2003 By: Jim Caruso
A narrow swath of heavy snowfall affected Southeastern Kansas, beginning during the evening of New year's Day and continued into the overnight hours.

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