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Five days ago, a thunderstorm triggered hail in Barton County, that measured more than an inch in nearby Pawnee and Hodgeman counties.
Now, there’s record snow and a freeze warning for counties west and south of Great Bend.
Friday morning, Barton County residents saw the first snow of the season that measured 4 inches at midway in Great Bend and five inches in Pawnee County. Barton County will typically receive six days of one-inch snow in a calendar year.
Wichita received snow in the air Friday, but it wasn’t measurable as of mid-afternoon. Wichita’s earliest recorded snowfall ...

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