Ragene Moore sent me these images of snow falling in her neighborhood last weekend – when a trace of snow fell both Saturday and Sunday.
Officially, Wichita has recorded 17.3 inches of snow this winter, which is slightly above the 30-year average. But snow in April is hardly unheard of around here, said National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Caruso.
The good news for those who have had their fill of flurries is that the weather pattern isn’t conducive to bringing measurable snow to the region over the next several days — which takes us that much closer to the time Old Man Winter departs for good.
Until late this year, of course.