PHOTO: Man Mows Lawn as Tornado Touches Down, Because It's FineA photo of a Canadian man mowing his lawn with a tornado twisting behind him has taken social media by storm.
Meteorologists: Tornado Damaged Missouri School, Fire HouseMeteorologist Mike Griffin said the twister that hit around 7 p.m. Tuesday in Goodman has been classified as an EF-2.
Missouri Storm Chasers Killed in TexasInvestigators have released the identities of the three storm chasers killed in a two-vehicle crash at a rural West Texas intersection.
Tornado Carries Wedding Memories from Illinois to Indiana``I was like, `I gotta find these people,''' Vinson told the television station. ``This might be the one thing they have left from their home.''
Wentzville Damage Caused By Small, Short-Lived TornadoThe twister dissipated before officials could sound sirens.
22 Million at Risk for Bad Weather in Central United StatesSevere weather could strike again tonight.
Severe Weather Preparedness Week Starts TodayIt's Severe Weather Preparedness Week; a good time to brush up on your plan for a severe thunderstorm, tornado or flash flooding.
How to Help Perryville Tornado VictimsSeveral businesses and individuals have stepped up to support Perryville residents after a tornado ripped through the area Tuesday night. Here are different ways you can help our Missouri neighbors!
PHOTO: Unscathed China Cabinet Found in Middle of Storm WreckagePhotographer Paige Alexander spent more than an hour Wednesday morning in Elkville documenting severe storm damage when she came across a China cabinet that left an impression on her.
Missouri Twister Was On The Ground For MilesA 24-year-old Perryville man died when the vehicle he was in was blown off of Interstate 55 and he was ejected.
Tornadoes, Hail Cause Mass Damage in Missouri, IllinoisA tornado carried vehicles off I-55 in Perry County, and a junkyard in the area had 20 of its scrapped vehicles thrown out of the yard.
Possible Tornadoes, High Winds, Hail Could Hit Missouri This AfternoonRound one is expected from mid-afternoon through 8 p.m., with round two coming overnight and shifting to hit across northern Missouri.