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Hope you all are having a GREAT day!!

The Weather will be beautiful this weekend into next week. I realize that parts of Central, West Central and Northwest Kansas had a hard freeze early Thursday morning. Temperatures were in the 20s. If you farm, please let us know if you suffered any losses. Looking long term I am not seeing a significant cool down. I am seeing a more active period for moisture the first several days of April with a cool down around the 2nd-4th. As it looks now-Severe Weather should stay to our South.

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As we promised we will still be posting on Facebook. However, for the MOST up to date real-time information our Website is the best place to go. Add us as a favorite on you PC and add us as an icon on your smart phone menu and tablet. If you haven’t seen our LIVE updates, you are in for a real treat! We will also be taking LIVE phone calls/reports from you our Weather Watchers all over the State- this is where SHARE YOUR WEATHER comes in. You will notice we have that as a menu item as well- we encourage you to post pictures and a brief description of where you are and what you are seeing.

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Have a GREAT weekend Weather Watchers and thank you for transitioning with us to our NEW HOME!

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