St. Louis just wrapped up its hottest year on record, but according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Gosslin 2013 is going to be a hot one too.
This year is on pace to be the warmest on record in parts of Missouri, a continuation of a trend of warmer weather that is affecting flowers, plants and agricultural crops, experts said Monday.
St. Louis, nine other cities shoot for 3,000 simultaneous soccer ball dribblers.
With a high of 107 and a low of 86, three records were broken on July 25.
A western Missouri man has caught a record 5-pound, 6-ounce carpsucker, giving him his third state record fish.
School leaders expect a record enrollment near 33,000, but won’t release official numbers until later this week.
Officials say sales totaled nearly $2.3 billion.
753 twisters spawned across the United States during the month of April.
NWS: Hottest July on record in Missouri since 1936.
High in low 90’s could set new record for May 10th.