We want to start by saying this storm was a very powerful system!

It was VERY LARGE!

This is the track that the surface Low ended up taking across Kansas:

Let’s look at some Storm Totals…PLEASE FEEL FREE TO INCLUDE YOUR TOTALS!

North Central Kansas:

Central KANSAS where K-96 has been closed from Great Bend to the West:

*K-96 APPEARS TO BE OPEN NOW*

South Central NE:

NORTH CENTRAL KS:

CENTRAL KANSAS:

THIS SHOWS YOU HOW TIGHT THE GRADIENT WAS IN CENTRAL KANSAS: LYONS IN RICE COUNTY REPORTED “A SLUSHY 2 inches”

8 Miles WEST OF LYONS IN CHASE KANSAS (on Hwy 56)

That was just AMAZING to see such

A TIGHT PRECIPITATION GRADIENT

Here is the K-STATE Mesonet showing the amount of Precip in the last 24 hours

Eastern:

WESTERN:

Again- please let us know your Precip totals –

MANY ROADS REMAIN SNOWPACKED (PURPLE COLOR)

AND 2 ROADS ARE CLOSED (RED) IN WESTERN KS Due to DRIFTING ISSUES-

THE BLUE INDICATE PARTIALLY COVERED AND HAZARDOUS

You can see the track of the LOW can’t you? Remember, the COLD side of the Lows are on the North and West sides. The warm side of the Lows are on the South and East.

Based on our long range forecast technique, we should see another system around the March 1-4 time frame.

Next week will be BELOW AVERAGE temperature wise- a SLIGHT chance of light Snow Tuesday afternoon/evening.

THERE ARE NO MORE BLIZZARD WARNINGS VALID ANYWHERE IN KANSAS..

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