Digging Out

By: WheatStateWx , 8:21 PM GMT on February 06, 2014

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The winter storm across NE Kansas and much of the Lower Midwest panned out almost exactly as forecasters had predicted it. Much of the region received between 10-14 inches. The snow was followed by strong winds which created more problems for travelers and those trying to clear their sidewalks and driveways. A snow fall analysis created by the Kansas City, MO NWS office is shown below with regional snowfall amounts can be seen below:

Feb 4 Snow (WheatStateWx)
Feb 4 Snow

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I live on a small hobby farm in NE Kansas with my wife and two Boston Terriers and work for the US Geological Survey in Lawrence, KS.

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