• Rain, thunder, cold & snow on the way to KAKEland

    A large trough digging south across the Western United States will be responsible for the rain and rumble chances Wednesday through Friday across KAKEland. Rain & Rumbles Possible Wednesday Wednesday will start off with more clouds and will be relatively mild with morning lows in the middle 30s to middle 40s north and the low 40s to low 50s south...

  • Thousands of Kansans left without power on Monday

    Evergy says a combination of ice and wind is weighing down the lines. This causes what's called "galloping," where the power lines swing around like a jump rope. 

  • A nighttime tornado touched down near Hobart in western Oklahoma in May 2019. (KOCO)

    Oklahoma sees record number of tornadoes this year

    The National Weather Service says there have been more tornadoes in Oklahoma this year than any year on record. 

  • KAKEland snow totals

    Snow and freezing rain will slide from west to east today across KAKEland with the heaviest snow accumulation occurring in Northwest Kansas. Overall snow totals will be fairly low but roads could be slick in spots. KAKEland Snow Totals (7:00am) Saint Francis – 3.0” Tribune – 2.5”...

  • I-70 reopened after ice and snow force closure

    Icy conditions in western Kansas have led Kansas transportation officials to close I-70 from the Goodland exit to the Kansas-Colorado state line.