• Weather Headlines

    • Saturday afternoon storms could turn severe

      A stalled out front extending from Northeast Kansas into South Central Kansas will act as a focal point for storms Saturday and a few could be strong to severe. Storms that fire up in the afternoon along this front could produce large hail and high wind gusts. Spotty rain showers along the aforementioned front will be possible Saturday morning and could continue into the mid day hours. Rain and rumbles before the lunch hour will not be severe but storms in the afternoon could be on t...

    • 3 hospitalized after lightning strike in Butler County

      Authorities in Butler County say three people were taken to a hospital after a lightning strike Monday afternoon. 

    • Snow and severe weather possible for KAKEland

      A powerful area of low pressure tracking across the southern plains will bring a wide range of weather to KAKEland Monday into Tuesday. 

    • A number of high school football games will start early due to the threat of severe storms. 

    • One year after rare October tornadoes

      A Saline County family is still waiting to move back home after severe storms spawned tornadoes one year ago today. 

    • Afternoon storms could once again turn severe

      A dry line and cold front across Western Kansas will act as a focal point for severe weather this evening into the overnight. Storms that develop in this region could produce large hail topping 1.5”, wind gusts over 65mph and even an isolated tornado or two. Much of the day across KAKEland will be windy and dry. Ahead of the front, temperatures will soar into the 80s thanks to a south wind that could easily gust over 40mph. Behind the front for Northwest Kansas, temperatures wi...