David George, KSN News Wichita

David George

KSN News Wichita

Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by David:

Topeka’s Evel Knievel Museum is one jump away from moving to Las Vegas

Topeka has many attractions and treasures to enjoy for locals and tourists alike, but one popular destination is one step closer to leaving the capital city. → Read More

Extremely cold today, and we may see some midweek rain/snow mix or wet snow

Friday was a dangerous day with so much ice across northeast Kansas. By Friday night into Saturday, substantial melting made for better road conditions. Colder weather Saturday night and Sunday has put us where we are now. Arctic air is still sliding into the region so expect a bone-chilling day with bitter breezes. We should […] → Read More

More rainfall keeps flood concerns high

Rain hit early this week with a vengeance and it likely continues for a few more days. Flooded areas will be under watch for another 24-48 hours to see how additional water is handled by saturated soil and full waterways. The flow of moisture from Texas extended to the Great Lakes, which means it continues to stream across much of Kansas. Rainy periods continue and some precipitation may be… → Read More

Comfy yesterday, but warmer and humid now

Tracking summer-like conditions through the unofficial end of the summer season... → Read More

Strong wind and thunderstorm risk

Tracking temp trends and thunderstorm chances toward the holiday weekend... → Read More

Sunny start to the weekend before next round of rain

More heat and still humid before rain becomes likely Sunday... → Read More

More sun for midweek and continued humid

Tracking early morning fog and warmer temps ahead... → Read More

More heat with spotty afternoon t'storms

Tracking hot afternoons with slight storm chances. → Read More

Heat and humidity will build into the upcoming weekend

Topeka missed good rains Saturday to Monday and the month ended with a 3.5 inch deficit. Rain chances are very low to zero for the near future as high pressure builds and cloud develop is suppressed. The lower temps have given us a nice break. Yesterday was actually the 6th consecutive day with high temps in the 80s. Tuesday morning temperatures were in the mid to upper 50s and there was some… → Read More

Risk of storms before heat gradually builds

Tracking storm chance, then building heat into early August.... → Read More

Storm chance higher today and tonight

Strong to severe storm risk over the next 18-24 hours. → Read More

Double whammy of heat and humidity is back

Tracking the next stretch of hot, humid weather... → Read More

Heat and mugginess won't last much longer....

Tracking higher chances for showers and storms in the days ahead... → Read More

Perhaps a brief break from oppressive heat and humidity

Tracking more clouds, but more comfortable conditions.... → Read More

Storms leave spotty damage, but beneficial rain

Tracking a slightly more comfortable midweek stretch.... → Read More

Possible storms and muggy

Tracking scattered storms and humid conditions.... → Read More

Hot and muggy pattern returns

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - Northeast Kansas had some sprinkles and brief showers in spots Monday, but nothing but sunshine yesterday. Beautiful sky with gentle breezes and decent dew points as high pressure settled over the Central Plains. Now we start cranking up the heat and humidity through late week, but until then storms will easily loop up and over to the far north. Today should be mostly sunny… → Read More

Summer-temps and spotty storm chances

Tracking isolated late afternoon and evening t'storms. → Read More

Strong to severe risk increases

Hello May. Hope you give us kind and pleasant weather because we certainly deserve it. April 2018 was a bit wacky and weird with limited precipitation and below normal temps for extended periods. Precipitation chances begin to increase today with mild morning temps and warm daytime highs. We should have less wind, but it may still be gusty at times. We’ll begin the day with mid 60s as dew points… → Read More

High temps climb 30 degrees from late today to Thursday

After light snow late Friday night, we enjoyed some sunshine Saturday with below normal temperatures. The 18 degree start to the weekend set a new record low for the date. Sunday had the expected rain/snow mix, and it stayed chilly, breezy and cloudy all day. So much of that batch went from Wichita to Kansas City. Spring-like conditions seem to be lagging behind. We’ve only had five days above… → Read More