KAKEland snow reports

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

The heaviest snow across KAKEland will taper off as we get into the late morning hours with only light flurries anticipated this afternoon. Here's a look at snowfall totals so far:

Culver 6.2"
4 E Hoxie 6.0"
WaKeeney 5.0"
3 S Westfall 5.0"
3 E Menlo 5.0"
10 S Collyer 4.0"
Quinter 4.0"
Oakley 4.0"
Hill City 4.0"
10 S Hill City 4.0"
Ellsworth 4.0"
Angelus 4.0"
6 N Sylvan Grove 4.0"
6 S Waldo 4.0"
Ada 4.0"
2 SW Hays 3.5"
Norton 3.5"
Atwood 3.5"
Ellis 3.0"
Colby 3.0"
Sharon Springs 3.0"
Hoxie 3.0"
Claflin 3.0"
Oberlin 2.5"
2 S Cedar Bluff 1.5"
Abilene 1.5"
Goodland 1.4"
Utica 1.3"
Great Bend 1.0"
Delphos 1.0"
Healy 1.0"
6 WSW Glendale 1.0"
Sterling 0.5"
Lyons 0.5"
McPherson 0.5"

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