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Missouri and Illinois Severe Weather Preparedness Weeks: March 6-10, 2023

Published 2023-02-01

Missouri/Illinois Severe Weather Preparedness Week

NWS St. Louis Receives Gold Medal from the Department of Commerce

Published 2023-01-26

The National Weather Service Office in St. Louis received a Gold Medal from the Department of Commerce on 1/24/2023 for outstanding customer service ahead of, during and after the historic tornado outbreak of December 10-11 2021.

In Person and Virtual Storm Spotter Classes 2023 - Schedule Released!

Published 2022-12-29

In Person and Virtual Storm Spotter Classes Coming This Winter and Spring!

Winter Weather Preparedness Week: November 7th - November 11th, 2022

Published 2022-10-30

NWS St. Louis Hires New Meteorologist in Charge!

Published 2022-07-28

July 26th, 2022 Historic Flash Flooding in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area

Published 2022-07-26

Persistent thunderstorms caused record flash flooding in the St. Louis metropolitan area during the morning of July 26th, which led to widespread impacts across the region during the morning rush hour.

Building a Climate-Ready Nation

Published 2022-07-15

Interested in learning about climate change and efforts to mitigate its impacts? Take a look at NOAA's new resource for building a Climate-Ready Nation!

May 19, 2022 Tornadoes

Published 2022-05-23

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, numerous strong to severe thunderstorms impacted the area resulting in eight confirmed tornadoes. Multiple locations suffered wind damage, some of which was extensive across sections of southeast Missouri and southwest Illinois.

Official forecast gage on the Kaskaskia River at Carlyle, IL is moving

Published 2022-03-29

Forecast services on the Kaskaskia River at Carlyle, IL is moving from the Carlyle Dam tailwater gage downstream to the US Highway 50 gage.

Dewpoint Climatology for St. Louis, Columbia, and Quincy

Published 2022-02-08