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April 1st, 2024 Severe Weather Event

Published 2024-04-04

March 14th 2024 Severe Weather Event

Published 2024-03-16

Severe thunderstorms resulted in numerous reports of damage across the St. Louis Area. A total of five EF-0 tornadoes were confirmed and hail greater than 3 inches in diameter resulted in extensive damage north of downtown St. Louis.

Missouri and Illinois Severe Weather Preparedness Weeks: March 4-8, 2024

Published 2024-01-29

Missouri/Illinois Severe Weather Preparedness Week

NWS St. Louis Announces 2024 Storm Spotter Presentation Schedule!

Published 2023-12-22

Join thousands across the United States: become a trained storm spotter! Classes are free, take roughly 2 hours, interactive, and are offered in-person or virtually. There is no age limit either!

Try Out Our New National Water Prediction Service Webpage! Submit Feedback Through December 15, 2023

Published 2023-11-20

Try Out Our New National Water Prediction Service Webpage! Submit Feedback Through December 15, 2023

Winter Weather Preparedness Week: November 6th - November 10th, 2023

Published 2023-11-02

NOAA Weather Radio Jerseyville Outage

Published 2023-09-06

NOAA Weather Radio KXI-70 will be off-air until further notice due to extensive damage to electric utilities on site.

Continued Improvement to Drought Conditions but Hot/Dry Weather May Deteriorate Moving Forward

Published 2023-08-25

August 4, 2023 Baring Missouri Tornado

Published 2023-08-06

This is the results of the preliminary damage survey on tornado which hit Baring, Missouri on August 4, 2023.

July 29, 2023 MCS Event

Published 2023-07-30

On July 29, 2023, a long-track mesoscale convective system (MSC) pushed through the region, resulting numerous wind gusts of 60-70 mph and localized gusts near 80 mph. Downed trees and powerlines were common along the track, leaving thousands of residents without powers for several hours.