When the sirens blare or even just a close strike of lightning, most outdoor sporting events will be suspended or even canceled and you can …
It’s one of the biggest fears people–especially those from out-of-state–have when they travel across Kansas: “What if there’s a tornado?” Wh…
The National Weather Service lists six EF-0 tornadoes in the KSNT area, with an additional EF-1 just outside of the viewing area.
After another stretch of brutally cold air and light snow, we’re going to be thawing out across Northeast Kansas from January 9-12. The jets…
A big blast of cold air looks likely next week.
What to expect in Northeast Kansas for the winter of 2016-2017.
More “things” in the sky lead to higher-than-average radar clutter
Storms weakened as they approached Northeast Kansas overnight.
Although clouds will block the view tonight, a few more opportunities to see the meteor shower through the weekend.
The jetstream will lift north this week and likely will stay that way for some time.
The dangers of lightning go well beyond a direct hit.
With a storm system approaching the West Coast of the United States this week, it will create a log-jam effect of storm systems across the…
Training to help prepare you for the upcoming storm season is available through free presentations around the area.
A breakdown of what we know so far and what remains uncertain with next week’s storm.
Northwestern areas hit hardest by overnight snowfall
The famed lights in the sky may be visible overnight in the Sunflower State.
If you didn’t get a chance to see the striped sky over Northeast Kansas late Thursday, you missed a beauty!
Summer record-keeping is over and overall it was muggy and near average for warmth.