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Heavy Rain Threat Winding Down

Published 2018-09-06

The heavy rainfall threat from the remnants of tropical cyclone Gordon will continue shifting off to the east into southern Illinois. Rainfall totals of up to 4" are forecast, with the highest totals in southeastern Illinois.

WeatherReady Fest Coming to St. Louis - Includes Weather Fun for Kids and Two Spotter Talks!

Published 2018-08-14

Remembering the Great Flood of 1993

Published 2018-07-06

The size and impact of the Great Flood of 1993 was unprecedented and is considered the most costly and devastating flood to ravage the U.S. in modern history. The number of record river levels, the aerial extent, the number of persons displaced, amount of crop and property damage and its duration surpassed all earlier U.S. floods in modern times.

Storm Survey Planned For Today

Published 2018-06-29

Widespread Wind Damage and the Elsah, IL Tornado - June 28th, 2018

Published 2018-06-29

New Frequency for NOAA Weather Radio in Bellflower, Missouri

Published 2018-04-13

Severe Thunderstorms Possible This Afternoon and Tonight

Published 2018-04-13

Damage Survey for Fayette and Effingham County EF2 Tornado

Published 2018-04-05

Easter Climatology - Fun Weather Facts! When is the last time it snowed on Easter?

Published 2018-03-30

Missouri Frost/Freeze Probabilities Guide

Published 2018-03-29

Frost Freeze Missouri Cold Plants