Storm Event Summary

March 24, 2013


A strong upper level storm system pushed across the Missouri Ozarks and southeast Kansas in the early morning hours on March 24th through much of the day. A surface low associated with this system lifted north from the Gulf coast into the Ohio Valley. Rain early in the event changed over to all snow as colder air began to sweep into the area from the northwest. The heaviest snow occurred over a part of extreme southeast Kansas into west central and central Missouri where 5 to 7 inches of snow occurred. Snow amounts diminished rather quickly further to the south where a trace to generally 3 inches of snow occurred. Snow amounts were somewhat limited by the higher angle of the sun in late March. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.