A typhoon paralyzed transportation and knocked out power to thousands on the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says the state recorded 33 tornadoes by the end of June, the lowest number since 30 were recorded in 1994.
Strong winds that blew through central and northeast Kansas left trees down and created power outages but no serious injuries have been repo…
A severe thunderstorm packing winds estimated at more than 80 mph caused significant damage to homes and injured several people in western M…
Category 2 hurricane knocks out power to more than 20,000 residents.
Excerpts from the National Weather Service
Arthur strengthened to a hurricane early Thursday and threatened to give North Carolina a glancing blow on Independence Day.
The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season prompted a tropical storm warning for the entire North Carolina coast.
Forecasts showed Arthur potentially skimming the Outer Banks, a string of narrow barrier islands prone to flooding but popular for beachgoer…
Tornados, heavy rain and flooding take their toll.
Who says lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice?
The tornado skipped along a path around 1.6 miles long.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that the reports of funnels in the northern part of Topeka did produce a brief touchdown of a tor…
Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller took part in the Picnic in the Park program at Sabetha Library on Wednesday. Dozens of children and their …
A large group of kids and parents turned up for our “Kids Learning About the Weather” program in Clay Center on Tuesday. This program is typ…
Georgia man survives lightning strike that knocked him out of his shoes.
A tornado struck Tuesday afternoon just southwest of Indianapolis.
Pics and stories from Tom Hagen’s American Meteorological Society’s Broadcast Conference at Lake Tahoe. Click here for details.
Nebraska residents dig out after devastating twin tornados.
Authorities have identified a 74-year-old man killed by one of the tornadoes that swept through northeast Nebraska.