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Slow moving upper level low pressure system brought significant rainfall to southeast Kansas and especially the Ozark region starting on Friday April 28th and continuing into April 30th. A few locations across southeast Kansas picked up around 5 inches of rain through this event with some areas of southern Missouri receiving over 10 inches or rainfall. This heavy rainfall caused numerous streams and rivers to flood.

This same storm system brought significant snowfall to parts of western Kansas which is extremely rare for so late in April.

Rainfall totals through this event
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