WeatherData CEO Mike Smith shared this satellite image taken at 10:32 a.m. today.
There were no clouds anywhere in the state at that time, he said, so the white in the image is snow cover. The dark spots in the white field are lakes – including Cheney Lake just west of Wichita.
As remarkable as it is to see so much of Kansas covered by snow, I found myself pondering how often there isn’t a single cloud anywhere in Kansas.
Fodder for another blogpost, I guess….