Flurries – but no new snow record – for Wichita

While snow flurries fell in Wichita and its suburbs on Thursday, there was no accumulating snow in the region.

That means the record for latest measurable snowfall in a season remains April 24.

Kansas City recorded its first May snowfall since 1907 and Goodland received more than 4 inches in northwest Kansas. Blowing snow shut down I-70 from Goodland to the Colorado line for several hours until Thursday morning.

Farther north in Minnesota, Blooming Prairie reported 18 inches of snow and and West Concord had more than 15.

Other snowfall totals, as reported by The Weather Channel:

Here are the latest peak snowfall totals by state as of late Thursday morning:

Buckhorn Mtn., Colo.: 28.2″
Near Buford, Wyo.: 20″
Near Harrisburg, Neb.: 6.1″
Near Edson and Quinter, Kan.: 4.5″
Forest City and Britt, Iowa: 11″
Beresford, S.D.: 6″
Rice Lake, Wis.: 17″
Ft. Collins, Colo.: 10-16″
Near Boulder, Colo.: 8″
Denver, Colo.: 3.2″
Cheyenne, Wyo.: 12.8″
Omaha, Neb.: 3.1″
Sioux Falls, S.D.: 1.5″
Rochester, Minn.: 13.5″
Des Moines, Ia.: 1.1″