Snowfall in Kansas can vary quite a bit, not only from location to location, but year to year. Average annual snowfall in Kansas is 19 inches. It ranges from 11 inches a year in Parsons to over 40 inches a year in Goodland.
The greatest 24 hour snowfall recorded in Kansas was on March 28, 2009 when Pratt saw 30.0 inches. The previous record was October 26, 1997 when Norcatur received 24 inches.
St. Francis holds the record for a single season with 99 inches during 1983-84, while there many stations with years that have no snow at all. Even Goodland has had years of little snowfall. During 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001 Goodland had less than an inch of snow during each of those years.
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