National Weather Service
What a difference a day makes: Wednesday people across Missouri wore light jackets and walked slowly to their cars basking in the spring-like weather.
National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Kramper said the timing of this season’s first winter storm will hit when most of us are trying to get home.
Before the work week is over the St. Louis region will be hit with a blast of winter weather.
The National Weather Service says two dozen tornadoes struck Illinois and another 28 hit Indiana during a violent weather outbreak earlier this month.
Will this winter be cold and snowy, mild and dry, or some other combination?
A storm system that buried parts of Wyoming and South Dakota in heavy, wet snow on Friday also brought powerful thunderstorms packing tornadoes to the Great Plains.
The severe weather that has hit part of the Midwest will continue to threaten the region.
National Weather Service says two new marks set on Friday.
But just how ‘nice’ of a summer was it? Scott Truett, senior forecaster with the National Weather says, “July was actually 2 degrees cooler than normal.
Low temperature mark for July 28 broken by three degrees.