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Ruler marks 10 inches of snow in Cottleville, Mo. on Sunday, March 24, 2013. (KMOX/Greg Damon)

More Than a Foot of Snow Fell on St. Louis Sunday

According to the National Weather Service in St. Louis, 12.7 inches of snow fell Sunday at Lambert International Airport.


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Missouri Sees Rare Phenomenon Known as Thundersnow?

The phenomenon, known as “thundersnow,” is extremely rare and is caused by instability in the atmosphere.


Chris Trembay works to clean up the branches that were blown off the tree in his front yard on October 30, 2009 in Nashua, New Hampshire. An early October winter storm hit the Northeast on the evening of October 29, 2011, causing damage to trees, power lines, and leaving people without power for the entire day.  (Photo by Kayana Szymczak/Getty Images

Ameren Crews Help Dig Out Residents in the Northeast

A devastating weekend snow storm left more than three million homes and businesses along the east coast in the dark.


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Missouri Declared a Major Disaster Area

Missouri to receive Federal Aid from the snowstorm during the first week of February.



Hancock & Kelley – Monday, January 31st

Gig Gwin of Gwin’s Travel talks about the political unrest in this part of the Midwest; Robert Berger, CBS News correspondent in Jerusalem, gives us his take on the political turmoil in Egypt, and Owen Hassan with MoDot talks about road prep.


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