A Snowy Winter Season Continues for Wichita! (2/1/2007)

By: Robb Lawson

Another snow storm capped off an unusually snowy January for Wichita. On Wednesday January 31, a winter storm spread 2-4 inches of snow across South Central and Southeast Kansas, with Wichita picking up 3.2 inches. This brings the total January snowfall for Wichita to 9.5 inches.

So far this season Wichita has received 16.3 inches of snowfall. The normal seasonal snowfall for Wichita is around 16 inches. Therefore Wichita has already exceeded their normal seasonal snowfall with two months of winter remaining. To see how our current snowfall amount of 16.3 compares with other seasons, check below.
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                      SNOWFALL

2005-06 9.2 2004-05 7.3 2003-04 15.4 2002-03 25.7 2001-02 4.8 2000-01 9.1 1999-2000 21.9 1998-99 9.3 1997-98 20.5 1996-97 16.5 1995-96 11.1 1994-95 10.9 1993-94 1.2 1992-93 22.4 1991-92 1.8

For information on top snowstorms in Wichita, click here.

The climate normal period used for average snowfall is 1971-2000.

This story was brought to you by the National Weather Service - Wichita, Kansas.



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