A milder week ahead…
The Kansas Division of Emergency Management will continue to monitor the severe weather threat.
FEMA wants you to be prepared for severe weather.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Part of our job here at KSN is keeping track of storms. And when we are out we have a lot of tools, one of those tools is the KSN weather ap…
The Wichita/Haysville tornado of May 3, 1999 is often overshadowed by the Moore tornado that struck the same day.
You may have heard that opening windows during a tornado relieves pressure and will save a house from destruction.
One of the most devastating tornadoes in Kansas history hit Udall on May 25, 1955.