Posted: 02/04/2010 - More snow is falling in Oklahoma as another winter storm moves into the state and some schools in the Panhandle have canceled classes.
Posted: 02/01/2010 - Winter proving to be rough for remote region of South Dakota.
Posted: 02/01/2010 - Slick road conditions to continue at least through mid-week.
Posted: 01/30/2010 - A winter storm is tapering off a bit in Tennessee but forecasters say there's 4 to 6 inches on the ground in Nashville and another 2 in Memphis.
Posted: 01/29/2010 - Parts of the Southeast could get a foot of snow from a storm that's moving in from the southern Plains. There's a state of emergency in Tennessee, where snow and ice is falling, and also in Arkansas and parts of Virginia.
Posted: 01/29/2010 - Stretches of several interstate highways are closed due to treacherous driving conditions.
Updated: 01/28/2010 - Crews were out early Thursday treating roads around the state. The snow started falling in the Wichita area just after 6:00 p.m. Hardware stores were also dealing with a rush on supplies Thursday evening.
Posted: 01/28/2010 - Schools across Oklahoma and state government offices are closed as a powerful storm with snow and freezing rain moved into the state.
Updated: 01/27/2010 - Winter storm to move into the sooner state late Wednesday into Friday, could also effect parts of KAKEland.
Posted: 01/26/2010 - About 100 students are spending the night at their high school in southwestern Minnesota after a blizzard made it too dangerous for them to go home.
Posted: 01/25/2010 - A windy day across KAKEland, here's a look at wind gusts across the state.
Posted: 01/25/2010 - A nasty rain storm is filling rivers and streams, delaying flights and blowing debris off buildings in the Northeast.
Updated: 01/20/2010 - Prater earned the award “for a career devoted to educating viewers about severe weather, as exemplified by his life-saving coverage of the May 2007 Greensburg, Kansas, tornado.”
Updated: 01/18/2010 - Advisory in effect until noon Tuesday.
Updated: 01/14/2010 - Advisory in place until 2 p.m.