The worst one-year drought in Texas history is finally breaking, turning brown grass green and refilling reservoirs. Now political leaders are turning their attention to the future, hoping lessons from the long dry spell could finally change attitudes about water usage.
Posted: 2:54 PM
Watch in effect until 9:00 p.m. Central
Updated: 6:34 AM
An outbreak of severe weather is likely in KAKEland... Isolated tornadoes, very large hail, and strong winds
Updated: 2:23 PM
Trying to combat the issue of complacency when dangerous weather warnings are issued, the weather service is implementing what it calls a tiered impact system.
Updated: 12:18 PM
Classes will be held in Haysville, Maize and Oaklawn.
Posted: 10:33 AM
The watch is in effect until 9:00 p.m. and covers Barber, Clark and Comanche Counties.
Updated: 4:52 PM
Temperatures in the lower 48 states were 8.6 degrees above normal for March and 6 degrees higher than average for the first three months of the year.
Posted: 9:45 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says this spring's drier than normal weather has helped keep space free for floodwaters in the reservoirs along the Missouri River.
Posted: 9:08 AM
Cold air funnels are possible in Southwest and Central Kansas through sunset today.
Updated: 10:55 PM
Storm surveyors are fanning across North Texas today trying to determine how many tornadoes touched down in the region yesterday, as people sift through the debris that used to be their homes.
Updated: 9:10 AM
American Airlines has canceled nearly all departures from its hub at DFW Airport for the rest of the evening as powerful storms and tornadoes move through the area.
Updated: 6:00 PM
There's heavy damage in the Dallas area from tornadoes
Updated: 6:07 PM
For much of March, record temperatures hit as high as 35 degrees above normal and averaged about 18 degrees warmer than usual.
Posted: 12:19 PM
A 48-year-old man is recovering after he survived a lightning strike at his home in Southeast Wichita.
Updated: 9:34 PM
Flood waters damaged a bridge near 159th St. and Lincoln St after a thunderstorm dumped more than an inch of rain in the area.
Updated: 4:06 AM
The storm spawned from a line of thunderstorms in central Kansas. As the line of thunderstorms broke up and the cap began to return, it weakened.
Updated: 12:00 AM
The Madison area may have taken the worst hits, with hail from quarter to softball size and extremely heavy rain in four separate bouts of storm activity.
Updated: 3:58 PM
It could be a stormy night in parts of the state.
Posted: 5:57 PM
A new scientific report warns that global warming is causing more extreme storms and droughts and that the world should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly disasters.
Posted: 10:08 AM
Southern California utility officials say about 6,500 customers are still without power.
Updated: 1:52 PM
At around 5:00 p.m., reports came in of funnel clouds being sighted from west Wichita to the Cheney and Harper Areas.
Updated: 9:44 PM
The world of storm chasing fascinates millions of people every year, but the unfortunate reality is that it's a dangerous pursuit.
Updated: 6:08 PM
Much needed moisture continues to move through KAKEland Tuesday night and is expected off and on throughout the day Wednesday and Thursday as well.
Posted: 9:21 PM
More rain is expected to fall today.
Updated: 10:02 AM
Baseball-sized hail and damaging winds are in the forecast for parts of Oklahoma and Texas the day after two tornadoes damaged homes in Nebraska.
Posted: 12:14 PM
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