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Severe Weather and Heavy Rain for the Southern U.S.

A potent storm system will roll across the Southern tier of the U.S. over the next two days. As a result, severe thunderstorms with large hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes are possible from the southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley into the South and Southeast. Also, heavy rain from these thunderstorms may cause some flood concerns, especially in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Read More >

Climatological Data

NOTE:  In an effort to transcribe data from old hand written records, text files and spreadsheets, errors may have been made.  We have done our best to quality control the data, but it's entirely possible that some data entry errors were made.  If you find errors, please write us a note.  The record for St. Louis is considered unofficial prior to the year 1874.

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St. Louis, Missouri
(period of record 1874 - present)

Temperature

Precipitation Snowfall For a text and pictorial history of St. Louis Weather, >>Click Here<<
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Columbia, Missouri
(period of record 1890 - present)

Temperature

Precipitation Snowfall

 Quincy, Illinois
(period of record 1901 - present)

Temperature

Precipitation Snowfall
  • Due to an incomplete data set, there are no spreadsheets regarding snowfall for Quincy.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

We only archive and post a limited amount of data.  If you can't find what you are looking for here, please contact National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) or the Midwest Regional Climate Center.