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A fast moving upper level wave brought a rare late March snow event to parts of Kansas for the last day of March. 2 to 4 inches of snow fell across parts of south central Kansas, including the Wichita area where 2.4 inches of snow fell. This was the 6th heaviest snowfall for this late in the season. Sunshine helped melt most of the snow by the early afternoon hours.

Snow falling in West Wichita during the early morning hours of March 31st
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