As part of Severe Weather Awareness Week for the state of Kansas, the National Weather Service is offering a storm spotter training class Tuesday night in Wichita.Spring is the most active tornado season in Kansas.
During a City Council Workshop Tuesday, Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer thanked the city maintenance crew that cleared snow from streets."Through this entire time frame, through both of the snows, we have to say hats off to our guys that were out there working the streets," said Brewer.
Brewer said the crew worked through the first storm and then immediately prepared for the next one to come in."They did an outstanding job in getting our streets all taken care of and getting them all cleaned up." said Brewer.
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Second Round Of Winter Weather Brings More Cancellations And Delays
Monday's snow storm is winding down and streets are being cleared in Wichita.
Updated: 7:05 am
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Wichita and the surrounding areas beginning at midnight Monday until at least noon Tuesday.