Get Severe Weather Updates

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The Nebraska Weather Network hopes we are your "go to" place when severe weather becomes an issue. There are several places you can go when the weather gets bad or you just want to know how to plan your day.

First and foremost, we are a television station! You can find 10/11, KSNB and KNOP on cable, satellite and antennae. Check your local listings for exactly where we are in your town. When severe weather is happening, we will crawl pertinent information at the bottom of the screen and cut in if it's a particularly dangerous storm.

A great way to keep tabs on the weather is to download our KOLN, KSNB and KNOP apps. Simply search in the App Store or on Google Play for "KOLN News", "KSNB News" or "KNOP News". On these apps, you can set it up so you will be notified if your county is put under a severe weather alert. You can also set it up for school closings!

The 10/11 Weather web channel can be found HERE
The KSNB Weather web channel can be found HERE
The KNOP Weather web channel can be found HERE

If you aren't near a TV, you can still watch us from your mobile device, computer tablet!
Stream 10/11 during the news and severe weather HERE
Stream KSNB during the news and severe weather HERE
Stream KNOP during the news and severe weather HERE

Social Media is a very easy way to get consistent and constant weather information, especially during severe weather.

Our team of meteorologists have formed the Nebraska Weather Network and have created a Facebook group where you can go for all the latest severe weather information, click on the link below to go there:


For added Facebook information, our meteorologists also have pages with extra weather data. Click on the links below to go the Facebook pages:

1011 Weather Team

Ken Siemek Facebook

Brad Anderson Facebook

Rusty Dawkins Facebook

Brandon Rector Facebook

Bill Rentschler Facebook

Travis Klanecky Facebook

Brayden Murdock Facebook

Twitter is one of the easiest ways to be up to date on weather. Our Nebraska Weather Network has set up an account called @SevereNebraska. We will always tweet severe weather information from that account! You can also follow your favorite on-air meteorologists for added information:

@SevereNebraska Twitter
Ken Siemek Twitter
Brad Anderson Twitter
Rusty Dawkins Twitter
Brandon Rector Twitter
Bill Rentschler Twitter
Travis Klanecky Twitter
Brayden Murdock Twitter