Another fairly hot and muggy afternoon headed our way.
Summer featured floods that killed hundreds of people and caused more than $50 billion in losses around the globe.
Another hot one on the way.
Heat and humidity return to start the week.
Sunny, quiet, and warming up today…
The slow-moving storm could cause flash flooding and was expected to produce 3 to 6 inches of rain in some areas.
Most of the damage suffered is to roads, culverts and bridges.
Mulvane residents are still cleaning up after devastating flooding over the last couple of weeks.
Storms with rainfall rates of 3 to 5 inches an hour left many streets in the Wichita area impassable Friday night.
Mulvane residents get hit with another round of flooding in a short period of time.
This is the second time in a month Butler County Public Works officials will need to fix the shoulder at 201st Street and Butler Street.
Gov. Brownback signed a disaster declaration request to the Small Business Administration for victims of flooding that occurred Aug. 19.
A woman and several dogs had to be rescued from high water.
Flooding has caused the evacuation of campers at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield.
Wichita Public Works & Utilities reports a high number of streets were flooded intermittently overnight.