How Long has it been since Wichita has been Below Zero? By: Kevin Darmofal
It has been almost 9 years since Wichita has officially experienced sub-zero temperatures.
SKYWARN Recognition Day By: Chance Hayes
Exciting day at NWS Wichita, KS for SKYWARN recognition day.
November Goes out in Style!! By: Andy Kleinsasser/Robb Lawson
Second snow storm of the season strikes the region as November was on its way out.
First Snowfall Of the Season for Much of the Area (November 23-24) By: Jim Caruso
A small swath of heavy, wet snow was laid out across Central Kansas Tuesday Night.
When Does Wichita Usually Get its First Snowfall?? By: Robb Lawson
A Summer to Remember By: Rob Cox
Wichita Mid Continent Airport ties the 10th coolest and cracks the number 8 spot on the wettest summer.
Late Season Tornadoes hit South Central Kansas By: Paul Howerton
Three more tornadoes hit Sumner and Cowley counties on August 27, 2004.
How Wet Has it Been This Summer? By: Rob Cox
WICHITA MID CONTINENT AIRPORT REACHES TOP TEN LIST FOR THE WETTEST SUMMERS.
What a difference a Year Makes By: Kevin Darmofal/Robb Lawson
THIS JULY HAS BEEN MUCH WETTER AND A LITTLE COOLER THAN NORMAL ACROSS THE WICHITA AREA. A FAR CRY FROM THE HOT AND DUSTY JULY OF LAST YEAR.
Severe Storms Batter Central Kansas By: Chris Jakub
Impressive Supercells rolled across Central Kansas Wednesday night producing over 50 severe weather reports.
Stormy Weather Pattern Continues Into the Beginning of July. By: Tim Sedlock and Paul Howerton
Strong storms brought heavy rains, wind and hail through south- central and southeast Kansas over the Independence Day weekend 2004.
MORE RAIN ONLY ADDS TO AN ALREADY SATURATED JUNE By: Andy Kleinsasser
Rainfall is recorded in Wichita fifteen of the first twenty- one days in June.
Seven tornadoes touchdown southeast of Wichita, KS. By: Brad Ketcham and Chance Hayes
Seven tornadoes skipped across Sumner, Cowley, and Elk counties producing scattered damage up to F3 intensity near Mulvane, Kansas.
Tornadoes Hit Harper County for the Second Time in Less Than 3 Weeks By: Paul Howerton
Tornadoes, wind and hail bring a rocky start to Memorial Day weekend 2004.
Tornado Outbreak in Harper County Kansas on 5/12/04 By: Chance Hayes
Eleven tornadoes move across the central portions of Harper county producing one F4 and three F2's.
First Widespread Severe Weather Outbreak of the Year!! By: Robb Lawson
The first major severe weather outbreak of the year brought wind damage, large hail and flooding to South Central and Southeast Kansas.
Longest Tornado Drought In Over a Decade Comes to an End By: Robb Lawson/Andy Kleinsasser
Prior to March 27th the state of Kansas had not experienced a tornado for 235 days. This was the longest tornado free period in over a decade.
Talk show audio now on the net!! By: Robb Lawson
Audio clips from the live NOAA Weather Radio talk show now on the net. High speed internet connection recommended.
Widespread Flooding Affects South Central and Southeastern Kansas, March 4th-7th, 2004 By: Jim Caruso, NWS Wichita
Heavy rainfall Thursday into Thursday Night resulted in widespread flooding across South Central and Southeastern Kansas.
Strong Storm Brings a Hazardous Start to February By: Robb Lawson/Mike Kreyenhagen
A wide variety of winter weather affected Central and South Central Kansas causing hazardous travel conditions for Super Bowl Weekend.
Weekly SKYWARN Net!! By: Robb Lawson
Weekly Amateur Radio SKYWARN net kicks off January 28th!