Heavy snowfall in Northeast Kansas
Everything you need to know about our snowstorm!
Junction City is declaring a Traffic Snow Emergency effective, midnight until further notice.
If you absolutely have to be out, be prepared, AAA offers these tips:
Kansas and Missouri are bracing for a winter storm that is expected to dump several inches of snow across the two states.
Tropical Storm Karen may develop later today in the Caribbean.
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert tells us how this could interfere with our home computers and even cell phones.
Tracking the threat of strong storms and a big cool-down!
Unusually warm start to October.
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert witnessed the weekly test first hand to see what goes into the behind the scenes of these checks.
Tracking fairly quiet tropics
Farmers are just days away from harvest time for soybeans and corn.
Heavy snows likely today for Big Sky country.
When will we see that powerful solar storm? Click here for the details!
It’s now officially fall but you might have noticed the leaves on the trees already started changing colors.
We have just passed the peak of hurricane season.
What is “normal” fall-like weather in Northeast Kansas? Click here to find out!
What is the autumnal equinox, exactly? Click here to find out!
8 years ago, heavy rain fell in Topeka.
Summer is drawing to a close.
Rainfall amounts in excess of 3″ fell over portions of Osage and Franklin counties Thursday evening as a slow-moving cold front produced sev…
Storms should develop late today along a cold front.
Tonight is the full moon.
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert tells us just how dangerous flooding can be.
Much of Northeast Kansas picked up rainfall from overnight storm into the early hours of September 16. While the amounts were varied, locati…