Severe T-Storm WATCH Issued for St Louis AreaIn effect until 9pm Saturday.
Strong Storms Make Their Way Across MidwestIn all, nearly 50 million people from the Rio Grande in South Texas to Omaha, Nebraska, and the western regions of Missouri, Arkansas and Iowa are at a slight risk or higher of experiencing severe weather Tuesday.
Scattered Storms Bring Hail to Parts of St. Louis AreaSome in the St. Louis area are experiencing hail as scattered storms cross the area Wednesday.
Risk for Severe Storms Late Wednesday NightNational Weather Service meteorologist Charlie Kelly says thunderstorms are expected to arrive in the Saint Louis area between 2 and 4 in the morning.
Tornadoes Possible Here WednesdayStorm Prediction Center says powerful cold front is on its way.
Middle America Braces for Strong Storms, Possible TornadoesAnother day of warmth Thursday, mixed in with humidity, instability, an approaching front and the jet stream, would contribute to steadily worsening weather. "By Thursday, it looks like all those ingredients come together. ... You can really blow up some big storms.''
Flash Flooding Expected Through Wednesday EveningSevere weather predicted Wednesday and Wednesday night
Hail, Winds, Possibly Tornadoes May Be Heading to RegionA cold front approaching Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri is expected to bring hail, strong winds and the possibility of tornadoes to the region less than a week after meteorologists reported no tornadoes in the United States thus far in March.
No Tornadoes Reported Anywhere Across U.S. In MarchForecasters at NOAA's Storm Prediction Center in Norman say cool, stable air this winter could explain the lack of twisters.
Several Thousand Without Power After Monday Night StormsAmeren crews are making slow but steady progress on power outages in the area.
Minor Flooding in Parts of Northeast MissouriThe Mississippi River is flooding in several towns north of St. Louis as a result of recent rains, and the high water will apparently stick around for several days.
National Weather Service: Technology Hasn't Caught Up with TornadoesIt would be helpful to have a long-range forecast like we do with hurricanes and snowstorms, but the local National Weather Service office says they simply don't have that capability at this time.