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MOST SNOW EXPECTED TO STAY SOUTH IN KANSAS AND MISSOURI

By Nate Gonner 3/21/2013

              A SMALL LATE WINTER DUSTING HIT THE KNCY LISTENING AREA THURSDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON, BUT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN VALLEY IS WATCHING A STORM THAT COULD BRING A FEW FRESH INCHES OF SNOW OUR WAY THIS WEEKEND.

 

              SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW HAS ALREADY HIT THE KNCY LISTENING AREA SINCE GROUNDHOGS DAY, WHEN PUNXSUTAWNEY PHIL PREDICTED THAT WE WOULD HAVE AN EARLY SPRING.

 

              METEROLOGIST BARBARA MAYES SAYS THEY DON’T’TRUST THE GROUNDHOG AT THEIR OFFICE

 

              SHE SAYS THIS WEEKENDS STORM IS LOOKING LIKE THE MOST OF THE HEAVY SNOW WILL STAY TO THE SOUTH.

 

              MAYES AUDIO

 

              AS FAR AS THOSE SPRING LIKE TEMPATURES, MAYES SAYS DON’T EXPECT THEM TO COME ANYTIME SOON.

 

              ACCORDING TO MAYES PROJECTED FORECASTS FOR NEXT WEEK HAS THIS CURRENT COLD WEATHER PATTERN STAYING AROUND FOR MUCH OF NEXT WEEK.

 

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