Tracking great weather for the Fourth of July
Tracking some rain for your Fourth of July weekend.
Tracking the return of humid air to the area. Rain also moves back in before the holiday weekend.
Tracking some hot weather across Northeast Kansas today. However, raindrops move back in soon.
Cooler weather with lower humidity on the way
Strong to severe storms possible, as well as heavy rainfall for some
Tracking some more hot and humid weather before severe weather moves in tonight.
We are tracking a break from the heat today, however heat returns tomorrow.
Hottest weather so far this season moves in by Saturday.
Heat indices may top over 100° for much of the weekend.
A weakened storm moves north toward us before a sharp turn east.
Tropical moisture no longer sitting right on top of our area.
Tracking warmer weather as the week goes on
Tracking the potential for flooding with several chances for more rain.
While not felt here, seismographs in the U.S. detected the Nepal quake, too.
Tracking a weather pattern that is somewhat out of the ordinary.
Kansas may be in the path of winter storm by this weekend.
Tracking a couple chances for light snow with the first as early as Sunday.
Tracking an increasing snow potential for Monday, February 16th.
Updated look at when snow chances will be highest this weekend
In the case of wind chill, comparing old data to now is apples to oranges.
We are tracking a system that may bring winter weather near or just after Christmas.
Several storm systems are west of us, but only one looking promising for snow.
We are already tracking two storm systems over the next 8-10 days.
Meteorology comes to life in an animated display of worldwide winds.