Parts of Cape Cod look a little bit like the Arctic Circle this week.
KSN ends Severe Weather Week with a 30-minute special highlighting the week’s coverage and weather information you need.
We’ve all heard it before, counting the seconds between lightning and thunder determines a storm’s distance from your location.
When the sirens go off, there is an active tornado warning. Those sirens aren’t meant to be heard inside.
With warm weather in store for the weekend, the Wichita Police Department wants to remind motorcyclists to be careful of sandy streets.
Six people were hurt when the plane skidded off a runaway midday Thursday and crashed through a chain-link fence.
In 1991, a KSN photographer and reporter gathered with others underneath an overpass. Is that a safe place?
There are several options, including both in-ground and above-ground shelters outside the home.
Winter could have at least one more blast for much of the U.S. after the late-season snow.
The Fort Hays State University Department of Geosciences will offer the first FHSU course on storm-chasing during the summer 2015 term.
Tips for choosing a generator.
Snow and ice strand drivers on a Kentucky Interstate.
Authorities say a Delta plane from Atlanta has skidded off a runway while landing at LaGuardia Airport.
A long anticipated El Nino has finally arrived. But for drought-struck California, it’s too little, too late, meteorologists say.
You may have heard that big cities do not get hit by tornadoes, and we’re here to examine whether there’s any truth to this notion.