An expert dispels the idea that the cooler-than-usual summer will mean a colder-than-usual winter is on the way.
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-1 tornado touched down last night near House Springs in Jefferson County, Missouri.
The latest assessment of climate change suggests “extreme rainfall events” and flooding have increased over the past century, and that’s expected to continue.
“Unfortunately, you can’t just end a drought that quickly,” meteorologist Jim Kramper said. “Most locations need anywhere from like six to nine inches.”
Newt Gingrich needs to win Georgia. What about the new Mars rover? The NWS in St. Louis has an improved radar system.
NWS meteorologist says to expect 2-4 inch accumulation.
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