The next cold front is heading for Emporia. But salt, sand and shovels will not be required for it this time.
A February warm-up is coming to the Flint Hills. But residents should be careful not to make things too hot.
If it's any comfort as you step outside Tuesday: the coldest month of the year in Emporia is almost over.
To borrow a poem from the late country comic Archie Campbell: Spring has come and fall has fell. Winter's here, and it's colder than it was last week.
Don't let Friday deceive you. Winter in the Emporia area still has a long way to go.
Final reports from the Tuesday night storm across Lyon County show higher than expected snowfall in some places.
Tuesday night’s snowfall in Emporia was slightly more than the last one.
The chances for snow in Emporia substantially increased Monday. Now several inches could fall over a two-day span.
A Cottonwood Falls man is due in Chase County District Court this week on four charges, including felony distribution of panic disorder medicine.
Emporia didn’t have to do a lot of heavy snow lifting Sunday, after a winter storm moved through.
A little snow may fall on Emporia this weekend. But it appears central Kansas will get the worst of it.
It doesn't seem to happen often, but it's true as of Thursday morning. Emporia has a rain surplus for the year.
Emporia found itself in a weather doughnut hole Wednesday morning. Advisories were all around, but not in Lyon County.
The next winter storm system to come through our area may be much like the last one – with a dividing line north of Emporia.
If you've been missing true winter weather, a short spurt of it may be coming this week.
The weekend could have a slick start in parts of the Flint Hills.
With the holiday weekend storm concerns completed, it’s time to add up the local weather score for 2022.
For the most part, the Emporia area is dodging an aftershock from last week’s fierce winter blast. But not completely.
Toni Schneider appreciates the way businesses in downtown Cottonwood Falls take care of their storefronts. Now she hopes to match them.
If you think Emporia broke low temperature records Thursday, think again.
The winter storm called “Elliott” started arriving in the Emporia area Wednesday evening, with an impact stretching well into Thursday.
Not every business in Chase County survived 2022. But the director of the county’s Chamber of Commerce sees hopeful signs.