Season's 1st Wintry Storm Could Bring 10 Inches to IllinoisThe National Weather Service says a mix of rain and snow Friday evening will turn to snow on Saturday. Snowfall totals will be as high as 8 to 10 inches across north-central Illinois.
UPDATED: St. Louis Storm Warning For Wednesday EveningThe severe thunderstorm threat zone covers an area home to approximately 30 million people.
Forecasters: 63 Million Should Have Eye Out for Bad WeatherIt appeared Monday that Missouri, southern Illinois and northern Arkansas would face the greatest severe weather threat.
Tornadoes Possible Here WednesdayStorm Prediction Center says powerful cold front is on its way.
El Nino to Blame for Minimal Snow Forecast this WinterState climatologist Jim Angel says with such a strong El Nino event in the Pacific Ocean this winter, the jet stream will likely stay to the north of Illinois.
Mexico's Pacific Coast Braces for Hurricane PatriciaIt's an overused phrase, but meteorologists are calling Hurricane Patricia - now bearing down on Mexico's Pacific Coast - the perfect storm.
AccuWeather: Expect Less Snowfall In St. Louis This WinterAccuWeather's Paul Pastelok says the St. Louis region will be a couple of degrees milder than normal this winter.
"Godzilla El Nino" forming in Pacific: St. Louis Meteorologist Studies Impact HereNOAA says its already the second strongest El Nino on record, and growing
30 Drownings in Missouri, Surpasses Last Year's TotalThe drownings occur primarily because people tried to drive through flooded roadways or in high water.
About 3,000 Still Without Power in St. Louis AreaThe National Weather Service says scattered thunderstorms were possible Tuesday afternoon, although no severe weather was expected.
St. Louis Suffers Extreme HeatAccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore says the St. Louis area will feel "brutal" heat from morning to evening Tuesday.
Floods, Tornadoes: Red Cross Busy in Northeast MissouriThe Red Cross has provided contacts for physical and mental health professionals as recovery continues.