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An arctic airmass overspread the region during the evening of January 5th into the morning of January 6th. At the same time, a fast moving upper level disturbance produced several narrow bands of moderate to heavy snow across parts of Kansas. The highest snow totals were over northwest and north central portions of the state where generally 2 to 4 inches fell.


Thursday morning(01/06) wind chill values

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