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Sub freezing temperatures were in place during the evening of Thursday January 16th as an unseasonably moist airmass was lifted up and over the cold airmass. This resulted in a wintry mix of sleet and snow that eventually changed all over to freezing rain. Some locations over central and northeast Kansas picked-up between a quarter and half inch of ice, with most of this accumulating on elevated surfaces such as trees.


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