Posted: 05/01/2013 - Parts of Colorado and Wyoming are beginning May with another wet blanket of powder.
Updated: 04/30/2013 - If measurable snow falls it will set a record for the latest snowfall in Wichita.
Updated: 04/23/2013 - The National Weather Service reports Goodland received 9.2 inches of snow.
Updated: 04/24/2013 - Flood-weary homeowners and sandbaggers across the Midwest are praying for a relenting of rains that have added more water to already swollen rivers blamed for swallowing up neighborhoods.
Posted: 04/18/2013 - Overnight temperatures will drop into the twenties.
Updated: 04/17/2013 - Two rounds of stormy weather are on the way to KAKEland.
Updated: 04/11/2013 - The tornado appeared to be at least an EF3, with winds between 136 mph and 165 mph, WAPT reports.
Posted: 04/11/2013 - Kansas officials are seeking a federal disaster declaration for 23 counties that were impacted by severe winter storms in February.
Posted: 04/11/2013 - Storms packing rain, snow and dangerous winds have raked the Midwest, spawning a possible tornado outside of St. Louis that prompted an emergency declaration from Missouri's governor.
Updated: 04/10/2013 - Wintry precipitation, including freezing rain, drizzle & sleet could be in Central Kansas throughout the morning.
Updated: 03/30/2013 - The main area of concern with be east of I-135 with southeast Kansas having the best chance at seeing storms. There will be a chance of severe weather with any storm that does develop.
Updated: 03/24/2013 - The official snowfall total from Wichita Mid-Continent Airport is 5.3 inches.
Posted: 03/17/2013 - But long-term moisture shortfalls still persist across the state.
Updated: 03/15/2013 - Records set in several Kansas cities.
Posted: 03/15/2013 - Scientists are unsure if climate change has played a role in recent erratic patterns.
Posted: 03/15/2013 - State and federal teams have begun assessing the damage in Kansas from winter storms that hit the state in February.
Updated: 03/07/2013 - The Kansas Department of Transportation says the last month's back-to-back snowstorms cost the agency an estimated $6.2 million.
Updated: 03/06/2013 - The Kansas Department of Transportation said recent winter storms cost the state $6.2 million.