Wichita Weather Story Archives for 2004


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(12/22/2004) How Long has it been since Wichita has been Below Zero? By: Kevin Darmofal
It has been almost 9 years since Wichita has officially experienced sub-zero temperatures.
(12/6/2004) SKYWARN Recognition Day By: Chance Hayes
Exciting day at NWS Wichita, KS for SKYWARN recognition day.
(12/1/2004) November Goes out in Style!! By: Andy Kleinsasser/Robb Lawson
Second snow storm of the season strikes the region as November was on its way out.
(11/25/2004) First Snowfall Of the Season for Much of the Area (November 23-24) By: Jim Caruso
A small swath of heavy, wet snow was laid out across Central Kansas Tuesday Night.
(10/11/2004) When Does Wichita Usually Get its First Snowfall?? By: Robb Lawson
(9/1/2004) A Summer to Remember By: Rob Cox
Wichita Mid Continent Airport ties the 10th coolest and cracks the number 8 spot on the wettest summer.
(8/29/2004) Late Season Tornadoes hit South Central Kansas By: Paul Howerton
Three more tornadoes hit Sumner and Cowley counties on August 27, 2004.
(8/20/2004) How Wet Has it Been This Summer? By: Rob Cox
WICHITA MID CONTINENT AIRPORT REACHES TOP TEN LIST FOR THE WETTEST SUMMERS.
(8/2/2004) What a difference a Year Makes By: Kevin Darmofal/Robb Lawson
THIS JULY HAS BEEN MUCH WETTER AND A LITTLE COOLER THAN NORMAL ACROSS THE WICHITA AREA. A FAR CRY FROM THE HOT AND DUSTY JULY OF LAST YEAR.
(7/8/2004) Severe Storms Batter Central Kansas By: Chris Jakub
Impressive Supercells rolled across Central Kansas Wednesday night producing over 50 severe weather reports.
(7/7/2004) Stormy Weather Pattern Continues Into the Beginning of July. By: Tim Sedlock and Paul Howerton
Strong storms brought heavy rains, wind and hail through south- central and southeast Kansas over the Independence Day weekend 2004.
(6/21/2004) MORE RAIN ONLY ADDS TO AN ALREADY SATURATED JUNE By: Andy Kleinsasser
Rainfall is recorded in Wichita fifteen of the first twenty- one days in June.
(6/14/2004) Seven tornadoes touchdown southeast of Wichita, KS. By: Brad Ketcham and Chance Hayes
Seven tornadoes skipped across Sumner, Cowley, and Elk counties producing scattered damage up to F3 intensity near Mulvane, Kansas.
(5/31/2004) Tornadoes Hit Harper County for the Second Time in Less Than 3 Weeks By: Paul Howerton
Tornadoes, wind and hail bring a rocky start to Memorial Day weekend 2004.
(5/14/2004) Tornado Outbreak in Harper County Kansas on 5/12/04 By: Chance Hayes
Eleven tornadoes move across the central portions of Harper county producing one F4 and three F2's.
(4/24/2004) First Widespread Severe Weather Outbreak of the Year!! By: Robb Lawson
The first major severe weather outbreak of the year brought wind damage, large hail and flooding to South Central and Southeast Kansas.
(3/29/2004) Longest Tornado Drought In Over a Decade Comes to an End By: Robb Lawson/Andy Kleinsasser
Prior to March 27th the state of Kansas had not experienced a tornado for 235 days. This was the longest tornado free period in over a decade.
(3/21/2004) Talk show audio now on the net!! By: Robb Lawson
Audio clips from the live NOAA Weather Radio talk show now on the net. High speed internet connection recommended.
(3/7/2004) Widespread Flooding Affects South Central and Southeastern Kansas, March 4th-7th, 2004 By: Jim Caruso, NWS Wichita
Heavy rainfall Thursday into Thursday Night resulted in widespread flooding across South Central and Southeastern Kansas.
(2/2/2004) Strong Storm Brings a Hazardous Start to February By: Robb Lawson/Mike Kreyenhagen
A wide variety of winter weather affected Central and South Central Kansas causing hazardous travel conditions for Super Bowl Weekend.
(1/19/2004) Weekly SKYWARN Net!! By: Robb Lawson
Weekly Amateur Radio SKYWARN net kicks off January 28th!

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