Snow affects Central and Southeast Kansas again By: Chris Jakub
A second snow event hits Central and Southeast Kansas this December.
December begins with snow and unseasonably cold temperatures By: Rob Cox and Chris Jakub
Snowfall amounts of 2-5 inches were quite common wednesday and wednesday night with bitter cold temperatures.
For the First Time in Nearly 10 Years the Temperature in Wichita Dropped to Below Zero! By: Kevin Darmofal/Robb Lawson
Wichita Ties 8th Driest November on Record! Will December Also be Dry? By: Brad Ketcham
Only 0.02 inches of precipitaton fell in November. Tying the 8th driest November on record, last set in 1917.
Powerful Storm System Produces a Variety of Hazardous Weather to Central and Southeast Kansas on Sunday, November 27th, 2005. By: Jim Caruso and Chris Jakub
A Powerful Storm system moved through eastern Kansas on Sunday, producing tornadoes, hail, strong winds, and snow.
Monthly Rainfall Sets a Record By: Leon Wasinger and Paul Howerton
Following the wettest August on record for Wichita Kansas, September turned out to be the tenth driest.
Severe Thunderstorms Battered Southeastern Kansas on Tuesday, September 13th, 2005 By: Jim Caruso
Scattered severe thunderstorms developed across southeastern Kansas during the late afternoon and evening hours on Tuesday.
2005 IS WETTEST SUMMER ON RECORD AT WICHITA MID-CONTINENT AIRPORT By: Paul Howerton & Andy Kleinsasser
Two Day Rainfall Amounts from Selected Coop Sites By: Chris Bowman and Robb Lawson
Wettest August on Record!! By: Robb Lawson
How wet has it been this August? How about the wettest August on record for Wichita!!
Tornadoes Hit Barton and Rice Counties on Friday, August 19th, 2005 By: Paul Howerton
Six tornadoes, including one F1 tornado, hit parts of Barton and Rice Counties.
Copious Rainfall Amounts Received in much of South Central and Southeast Kansas over the Weekend By: Jim Caruso
A slow-moving frontal boundary interacted with high moisture to produce locally heavy rainfall over the weekend of August 12th-14th, 2005.
Intense Storms Wreak Havoc over the Holiday Weekend across Central and Southeast Kansas !! By: Robb Lawson, Chris Jakub
Extreme severe thunderstorms brought tornadoes, hail up to the size of grape fruit, and winds in excess of 80 mph across Central and Southern Kansas on Sunday July 3rd.
Severe Thunderstorms Rake Portions of Southeastern Kansas with Widespread Damage By: Jim Caruso and Chris Jakub, NWS Wichita
A series of severe thunderstorms moved through southeastern Kansas Thursday evening, June 30th, 2005, producing tree, crop, and structural damage.
A Very Wet First Half of June By: Janet Spurgeon
Saturated soils lead to flooding after a series of thunderstorms dump heavy rain across eastern Kansas during the 1st two weeks of June.
A Weekend of Severe Weather!! By: Robb Lawson
Severe storms producing tornadoes, large hail and flooding strike Central, South Central and Southeast Kansas Friday night(6-3) and Saturday(6-4). Hardest hit by the storms was portions Cowley County.
Hailstorms and Locally Very Heavy Rainfall Hit South Central Kansas and the Flint Hills Sunday Night By: Jim Caruso
Several severe thunderstorms erupted over south central Kansas and the Flint Hills Sunday evening, May 22nd into early Monday morning, May 23rd.
Tornadoes Hit Neosho County By: Brad Ketcham
Strong Tornadoes cause damage in southern Neosho County
Hail up to 4 inches and damaging winds slam Central and South Central Kansas By: Robb Lawson
Severe storms struck portions of Central and South Central Kansas Wednesday(4/20/05) producing extremely large hail and damaging winds.
Early Spring Tornadoes Strike Russell County - (Including Video!!) By: Robb Lawson
A powerful early spring storm system spawned numerous tornadoes over Russell County on Sunday April 10.
Weather talk show video is now here!! By: Robb Lawson
Watch three meteorologists from NOAA's National Weather Service in Wichita answer weather questions. High speed internet highly recommended.
More Snow for Central Kansas By: Andy Kleinsaasser
A storm system tracked northeast across central plains and brought a mixed bag of winter precipitation to Kansas.
Final Storm of January 2005!! By: Andy Kleinsasser & Robb Lawson
An upper level disturbance brought widespread snow to mainly south-central Kansas, as well as portions of southeast Kansas.
Snowy End to January!! By: Robb Lawson & Jim Caruso
Quick moving upper level storm system provides a wintry exit to January.
Winter Storm Strikes Early in 2005 By: Paul Howerton
A major winter storm brings a wide range of adverse weather to the area.