The upgrade costs $44.5 million.
The amount of storm damage reported in Kansas in 2014 was the lowest amount in 16 years.
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Colorado’s Eastern Plains could see wind chills readings from 25 below to 40 below zero.
Kansas officials say the state saw the lowest number of tornadoes this year in 25 years.
A look back at some of Northeast Kansas’ largest winter storms and some of the new technology Storm Track provides you to stay ahead of this…
We are tracking a system that may bring winter weather near or just after Christmas.
Snow totals received on December 18 for the area.
As predicted, snow began to fall late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Several storm systems are west of us, but only one looking promising for snow.
Kansas weather is often unpredictable but Sunday was a particularly odd day in the state.
Knocking out power to tens of thousands and delaying commuters while soaking the region with much-needed rain.
We are already tracking two storm systems over the next 8-10 days.
Bringing drenching wind-blown rain to coastal areas, wet snow inland and a wintry mix to the New England states.
Recent rains and El Nino set-up could mean more rain for Northeast Kansas – but isn’t it December?
Meteorology comes to life in an animated display of worldwide winds.
Began returning to work on Monday as fast-melting mounds of snow fed into creeks that were starting to swell.
“We are preparing now for more flooding than we’ve seen in a long, long time.”
The storms were blamed for at least 12 deaths in western New York, mostly from heart attacks and exposure.
Ever wonder how the narrow bands of snow in lake effect snows would look if they happened somewhere else?
Snow pummeled some areas up North with as much as 6 feet of accumulation.
Trapping people on highways and in homes, and another storm expected to drop 2 to 3 feet more was on its way.
Even hardened Buffalo residents were caught off-guard Tuesday as more than 5 feet fell in parts of the city by early Wednesday.
Most aspects of the storm system still on track for Saturday, but amounts look to be slightly lower now.
His voice reduced to a croak, Al Roker completed a 34-hour marathon weather forecast Friday on NBC’s “Today” show.