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Continued Heavy Rain for Portions of Texas and Louisiana; Critical Fire Weather Threats in the Great Basin

Slow moving tropical depression Imelda will produce heavy rain and flooding across southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana through late this week. Isolated areas may receive as much as 25 inches of rain, and flash flood watches are in effect, including for the Houston metro area. Active storms in the West will keep fire weather threats elevated to critical in the Great Basin. Read More >

 

 

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May 2019 Climate Summary

Published 2019-06-06

2019 Summer Newsletter

Published 2019-05-30

20-22 May 2019 Tornado and Flooding Event

Published 2019-05-28

May 22nd 2019 Tornadoes

Published 2019-05-23

May 21st, 2019 Tornadoes

Published 2019-05-22

Flood Forecasts Soon Available for Osage River at Taberville, MO

Published 2019-05-16

Flood forecasts for the Osage River at Taberville, Missouri will be available beginning Monday June 17th.

Monthly Climate Report - April 2019

Published 2019-05-02

March 2019 Climate Summary

Published 2019-04-02

#SafePlaceSelfie Day is April 3

Published 2019-03-26

Missouri Frost / Freeze Probabilities Guide from the Univ. of Missouri

Published 2019-03-25

Missouri’s growing season typically runs from April to October and, depending on where you live can make a big difference when to expect your first or last frost. Missouri’s latitudinal variation, the Ozark Plateau, river bottom lands, hills, valleys and populated areas are all factors contributing to frost potential.