Three tornadoes were reported in Kansas on Christmas Day, causing some damage but no injuries.
Travel conditions remained hazardous as a winter storm swept across much of the northern Great Plains Monday.
KSN tracks Santa with its Triple Turbo Super Santa Seeker Doppler Radar.
Today marks the winter solstice, marking the day with the fewest hours of sunlight during the year.
Wichita Animal Control officers said they have experienced a spike in neglect calls due to the cold weather.
Temperatures plunged to minus 20 degrees and lower across much of the northern Plains overnight.
Record low temperatures were recorded throughout Kansas Sunday morning.
A winter storm of snow, freezing rain and bone-chilling temperatures socked the nation’s mid-section Saturday.
Snow arrived in western Wichita early Saturday morning and by midday had accumulated on many roadways throughout the state.
The upper Midwest was in the deep freeze Tuesday, with the arctic air expected to shift eastward.
Snow and freezing rain made for messy commutes and closed hundreds of schools Monday as a snowstorm pushed into the Northeast.
The Kansas Department of Transportation spent Tuesday gearing up for snow that is predicted to fall Wednesday.
Five people were killed in two states after at least 13 twisters moved through parts of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.
With winter precipitation in the forecast, the city of Wichita announced its plans to keep drivers safe this winter.
Gatlinburg Mayor Mike Werner said discussions were under way about re-opening the resort city as early as Friday.