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February 01, 2011
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25-35 MPH Winds Caused Blizzard Conditions In Pittsburg, Kansas
Snowfall Totals Of 12.2" In Southeast Pittsburg, Kansas Shut Down The Town
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Storm Intercept Summary
Today was pretty much an interesting one weatherwise. Areas of freezing drizzle from the predawn hours into the afternoon hours on the 31st produced slick roads across Southeast Kansas. Thereafter, from the evening on the 31st through the evening on February 1st, areas of moderate to heavy snow produced anywhere from 10 to 14 inches snow accumulation across Southeast Kansas, with highest amounts over eastern portions of the area. Sustained north to northwest winds of 20 to 25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph, produced blizzard conditions at times, along with extensive drifting. Additionally, temperatures in the teens in concert with the strong winds resulted in wind chill readings down to around -15 degrees.
Blizzard Conditions In Pittsburg, Ks.
February, 01, 2011