A pedestrian walks north on Hillside among a canopy of ice-covered trees on Sunday morning. The Wichita area saw a slight accumulation of ice overnight, but not enough to knock out power or cause much damage.
A pedestrian walks north on Hillside among a canopy of ice-covered trees on Sunday morning. The Wichita area saw a slight accumulation of ice overnight, but not enough to knock out power or cause much damage. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
A pedestrian walks north on Hillside among a canopy of ice-covered trees on Sunday morning. The Wichita area saw a slight accumulation of ice overnight, but not enough to knock out power or cause much damage. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Brunt of ice storm misses Wichita

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