WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The KSN Storm Track 3 Weather team received many snow reports across the viewing area since Wednesday, Feb. 2.

Beginning Tuesday morning, the winter storm produced 6 inches of snow in Wichita and has caused numerous slide-offs.

The KSN Storm Track 3 Weather team said the snow would be followed by cold. A slight warm-up will start over the weekend.

Thursday reports

Halstead — 6.1 inches
Argonia — 6 inches
Derby — 6 inches
Climax — 7 inches
Belle Plaine — 6 inches
Newton — 5.5 inches
Arkansas City — 5 inches
Inman — 5 inches
Cottonwood Falls — 4.5 inches
Mayfield — 4 inches
Anthony — 3.6 inches
Great Bend — 2.5 inches
Chautauqua — 5.5 inches


8:30 a.m. reports

Bluff City — 4.3 inches
1 N Goddard — 7.6 inches
Clearwater — 7.3 inches
3 W Hutchinson — 7 inches
2 NE Winfield — 6.8 inches
1 WSW Bel Aire — 6.5 inches
Arkansas City — 6.6 inches
1 W Wellington — 5.7 inches
4 N Clearwater — 6.6 inches
Sterling — 5.9 inches
3 NNW Wichita — 5 inches
Mount Hope — 5 inches
2 SSW Newton — 5 inches
3 SSW Maize — 5 inches
1 S El Dorado — 4.9 inches
1 S Burns — 4.8 inches
3 NNW Conway Springs — 4.7 inches
Penalosa — 4.5 inches
3 SW Winfield — 4.5 inches
Salina — 4.5 inches
4 NNW Zenda — 4.5 inches
1 W Kingman — 4.2 inches

Snow hits Kansas (Credit: NWS Wichita via Storyful)


Wednesday reports

10:43 p.m. reports

Syracuse — 5 inches
Cimarron — 5 inches
Ulysses — 3 inches


7:23 p.m. reports

Courtesy: Tiffany Payton

2 N Hutchinson — 5 inches
1 N Goddard — 7.5 inches
1 NW Oaklawn — 6 inches
Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport — 5.9 inches
8 NNW Weskan — 3.5 inches
Hill City — 0.8 inches
Hooker (Texas County, OK) — 2 inches
4 ENE Wright — 5.5 inches
Greensburg — 2 inches
Modoc — 5 inches
El Dorado — 6 inches
2 SE Downtown — 7 inches
Fredonia — 4 inches
Eureka — 4 inches


3:03 p.m. reports

Courtesy: Tiffany Payton

Guymon — 4.5 inches
Beaver — 2 inches
8 S Weskan — 2 inches
1 NNE Goodland 1.5 inches
15 N Marienthal — 2.5 inches
3 S Oakley — 4 inches
Scott City — 2 inches
Syracuse — 2.5 inches
Elkhart — 2 inches
Hugoton — 4 inches
Meade 2.5 inches
Johnson City — 6 inches
2 NNW Dodge City — 4 inches
2 WNE Andover — 6 inches
3 SE Maize — 4 inches
1 NW Hutchinson — 4.5 inches
1 NW Kingman — 4 inches


Courtesy: Jade Parker

11:20 a.m. reports

1 W Wellington — 4.5 inches
1 N Goddard — 4.6 inches
2 ENE Bentley — 4 inches
4 S Maize — 5 inches
Salina — 4.5 inches
3 N Canton — 2 inches
7 WSW McPherson — 2.5 inches
1 SSE Howard — 2 inches


Courtesy: Tiffany Payton

10:04 a.m. reports

  • Tribune — 1.5 inches
  • Sharon Springs — 3 inches
  • 1 WNW Rosalia — 7.1 inches
  • 4 N Clearwater — 5.3 inches
  • 4 W Belle Plaine — 5 inches
  • 1 ESE El Dorado — 5 inches
  • Cottonwood falls — 4.5 inches
  • Sterling — 4.5 inches
  • 2 NE Salina — 4 inches
  • 2 SSW Newton — 4 inches
  • 1 S Burns — 4 inches
  • 3 NNW Wichita Eisenhower Airport — 3.9 inches
  • 3 SSW Maize — 3.8 inches
  • Oakley 1.5 inches

Courtesy: Jade Parker

9:08 a.m. reports

  • Arkansas City — 2 inches
  • Chautauqua — 2.5 inches
  • Milford — 2 inches
  • Oaklawn — 3.5 inches
  • Sterling — 4.5 inches
  • Bentley — 4 inches
  • Salina — 2.5 inches

Courtesy: Tiffany Payton

8:24 a.m. reports

  • Maize — 6 inches
  • El Dorado — 4.3 inches
  • Goodland — 1 inces
  • Enterprise — 3.8 inches
  • Howard — 2 inches
  • Downtown Wichita — 3 inches
  • Emporia — 4.8 inches
  • Peru — 1.7 inches

Courtesy: Tiffany Payton

7:41 a.m. reports

  • Mount Hope — 3 inches
  • Florence — 5.6 inches
  • Winfield — 2.5 inches
  • Emporia — 4 inches
  • Oakley — 1.5 inches

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