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.
Mostly clear skies should allow this year’s viewing to be a good one.
We all know that July in Kansas is hot. However, measuring just how hot it has been is somewhat of a challenge.
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.
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.
Ever wonder how the narrow bands of snow in lake effect snows would look if they happened somewhere else?
Most aspects of the storm system still on track for Saturday, but amounts look to be slightly lower now.