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Powerful low pressure system lifted out of the southern Rockies and across the Plains on Tuesday February 19th. This system brought the first widespread snowfall of the season to much of Oklahoma and Kansas. The highest amounts fell across parts of south central Kansas where 5 to 10 inches was reported. Wichita officially measured 2.1 inches. This is the highest daily snowfall in Wichita since March 27th 2016, when 3.5 inches was measured. Wichita averages around 14.9 inches of snow per winter season.

Picture taken 8 miles south of Kingman and courtesy of Jeff Hutton
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