For several days, Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller has been tracking the potential for a big chill.
Signs are pointing to our first true taste of fall by the middle of September.
An early morning wakeup call for many in northeast Kansas
Rainfall totals from across the area
To get cooler air to move our way, we basically need a good push on a cold front. If the push is strong enough, it will drag in some much co…
Workers at a farm saw hundreds of cactuses sweep away in a flood.
Heavy flooding turns streets into rivers; at least one dead.
A look at what is causing the complete absence of cloud cover over the middle of the country early this week.
The annual best-of-summer meteor shower peaks late Tuesday and into the wee hours Wednesday morning.
A government report predicts bountiful fall crops in Kansas following a devastating winter wheat harvest.
A new report says Kansas crops need more moisture despite widespread rain over most of the state last week.
The Supermoon was spectacular, but may dampen the annual Perseid meteor shower.
August 10 marked the second of a remarkable three nights in which people from across the globe can see a supermoon in 2014.
Disturbances in the atmosphere have a big impact on our weather, but what are they?
Authorities say it could be several hours before roads are cleared and crews are able to reach about 2,500 people stranded after thunderstor…
Find out why one Kansas farmer grows tropical fruit and fish, right here in Northeast Kansas. Click the above video!
July came in nearly 2° below our average, but what does that tell us about the days to come?
The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down in the city on the morning of July 28, 2014.
The tornado traveled about eight miles, with some of that over water. Most of the damage occurred at the campground.
Enough water lost to supply 60 million households for a year.
Those hurt were taken to hospitals with most of the injuries ranging from cuts to broken bones.
It doesn’t get hot enough in Kansas to kill you – so why is the heat the number one weather-related cause of death in the U.S.?
Unseasonably cool temperatures will arrive next week in the Midwest and as far south as Arkansas and Oklahoma.
On June 9, 2014 picked through debris from homes battered by a deadly tornado.
In all, five people died Tuesday as strong thunderstorms blew down buildings, trees and utility lines and left hundreds of thousands without…