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Lawrence can expect a miserable Saturday afternoon and another round of severe weather before milder weather conditions settle over northeast Kansas with the start of a new week.
Storms on Thursday night blew the roof off at least one home and downed a number of trees and power lines throughout the area, said Teri Smith, Douglas County Emergency Management director.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for east central and northeast Kansas, including Douglas County, until 10 p.m. Thursday.
The National Weather Service has canceled a tornado watch for Douglas County, originally issued for Wednesday afternoon and evening.
While flooding was a risk in several parts of Kansas over the weekend, Lawrence avoided torrential rainfall totals, according to readings at the monitoring station at the Municipal Airport.
Douglas County and northeast Kansas are in a moderate drought with no indication that will soon change despite the expected return of more seasonal temperatures.
Several reports of power outages and downed trees came in the wake of a severe thunderstorm Monday evening, but no other significant damage or injuries were reported, area officials said.
Lawrence and Douglas County got a taste of what is in store for the rest of the weekend when a light drizzle Friday night left a thin coat of ice that made hazardous walking and driving on untreated streets and roads.
The National Weather Service says an ice storm is still poised to hit the Lawrence area, but residents are expected to get a bit of a reprieve on when it starts.
The National Weather Service’s latest forecast is expecting upwards of an inch of ice to accumulate this weekend, with the freezing rain beginning as early as Friday afternoon
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Alex Scheidegger, Lawrence, gets airborne on his sled - and again in slow-motion.
Kent Nunemaker cuts corn for silage for Nunemaker-Ross farm Tuesday, August 2, 2011. Nunemaker said they were cutting about three to four weeks early because the crop was showing signs of the effects of the extreme heat and lack of rain.
A group of seniors recall how they survived hot summer before air conditioning or in some cases, before they had electricity.
Chad Omitt of the National Weather Service explains the difference between a tornado and a gustnado. Meteorologists say a gustnado is responsible for damaging irrigation equipment, buildings and homes in and near Williamstown Sunday night. Williamstown is a few miles north of Lawrence on U.S. Highway 24.
About two inches of snow fell in Lawrence overnight and through Monday morning.
Friday's rain showers in Lawrence caught residents and Kansas University students off guard.
Don't envy Kenny Tibbits, although — as driver — the sanitation engineer for the city of Lawrence had a chance to sit behind heating vents during his crew's rounds Wednesday morning in northwest Lawrence. Tibbits and his two crew members, Jim Turner and Mike Herd, started their route at 6 a.m. Wednesday.
Tom Bracciano, division director of operations and maintenance for the Lawrence school district, explains how a new drainage swale is helping keep sidewalks clear at Kennedy School, 1605 Davis Road. Bracciano was inspecting the work Jan. 26. The upgrades were made in the summer of 2010, as the district was upgrading the building to accommodate preschool education.
As much as 5-8" of snow was expected to fall in Lawrence Jan. 19, 2011. The snow started around lunch time, and put down a layer of flakes while many folks were still at work. City of Lawrence street crews began 24-hour operations at 4 a.m. and had pretreated most roads before the first flakes hit. As the snow falls, they switch from pre-treating all streets to ensuring the primary roads in the city remain passable.
A time-lapsed look of the lunar eclipse from early Tuesday morning.