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Audra Moore

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Omaha, NE, United States

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Help out by clearing snow from around hydrants

Fire hydrants can easily get buried in the snow if we're not all paying attention. → Read More

Polar vortex impacts the region

"Polar vortex" is a phrase you've likely heard before, but what exactly does it mean? → Read More

Lunar eclipse visible across North America Sunday night

A total lunar eclipse will be visible across North America on Sunday night. → Read More

Winter Weather Awareness Day

Winter Weather Awareness Day. It's a day some people don't know even exists, which means this day is especially for them, but important for everyone to pay attention to. → Read More

Fall weather changes

Fall is a season of change, and October is one of those busy weather months for us. One day it's almost 90 degrees and sunny, the next you're going to need your jacket and an umbrella. → Read More

Louisville Public Schools sixth graders learn about the weather

It may not be peak severe weather season, but it is still important to be prepared. Sixth graders at Louisville Public Schools received a visit from our meteorologists Mark Stitz and Audra Moore. → Read More

Fall gardening tips

We're three weeks away from our average first freeze date, but we're already seeing frost advisories and freeze watches in parts of the Nebraska panhandle. So that means it's time to start preparing your plants for the cooler weather. → Read More

Countdown to fall colors

The grass is still growing and flowers are still blooming, but we have officially entered fall, which means changes are coming soon. → Read More

Pet preparedness in disasters

We've all seen the videos coming out of disaster areas of pets being picked up either by boat or just good Samaritans. So it's important that ahead of time, you stay prepared and make sure your pets are prepared, too. → Read More

OPPD "Prairie in Progress" helping monarch butterflies

In an effort to cut down on maintenance costs, Omaha Public Power District decided to convert some of its land back to its natural prairie state. When the Save Our Monarchs foundation heard what OPPD wanted to do, they reached out to see if a partnership could work for everyone's interests. → Read More

Additional insurance needed for flood coverage

Clean up is still underway for many of the residents in the 38th street area in Council Bluffs and some are now realizing flood insurance would be a good idea. → Read More

Record rainfall causes flash flooding in Council Bluffs

Rain has been causing flash flooding issues in Council Bluffs today. → Read More

Omaha Correctional Center inmates plant habitat for monarch butterflies

Here at the Omaha Correctional Center, inmates are putting their gardening skills to good use improving their environment and also creating a habitat for monarch butterflies. → Read More

Windsor Windy Weather Crew provides weather, laughter

The Windsor Windy Weather Crew is made up of three of Shenandoah, Iowa's Windsor Manor assisted living community residents: Marjorie Wright, Russell Hilker, and Kenneth Mathis. And they are full of laughs and witty words. → Read More

Ping pong ball sized hail found in Utica

In Omaha, there was rain, lightning and thunder, but further west some areas were hit with hail. → Read More

Dealing with bagworms

You may have always thought that some of those tiny pods on trees are just little pinecones. Turns out that's not quite the case, they're actually home to one of the area's pests: the bagworm. → Read More

Written in the stars: the dog days of summer

When you hear the phrase the dog days of summer, you probably think of those hot, lazy summer days when even the dogs would rather lie around than run in the heat. While that is the meaning of the phrase now, its origin comes from the stars. → Read More

Potential impacts of an El Niño winter

While it is only the end of July, some people are already wondering what kind of winter we will have this year. Although it is too early to provide any type of winter forecast, there are signals being watched, and a phrase you have likely heard before: El Niño. → Read More

Cicada killer wasps creating a buzz around Omaha

It is a bad time to be a cicada, as this is the time of year the cicada killer wasps are out in full force. → Read More

Heat helping area corn growth this summer

While the heat has been on the minds of many, and ways to cool down during it, there's another group that has been thinking about it quite a bit: farmers. → Read More