A storm spotter was hospitalized in Iowa on Monday after he was struck by lightning while watching a system that left swollen rivers, power outages, trees down and campers overturned.
It’s been a brutal storm season for the Midwest as powerful winds, tornadoes, and storms pound homes and businesses.
Tornadoes, heavy downpours and baseball sized hail could be headed our way, expected to roll in between 6 and 8 p.m.
Just under 8,000 Ameren Missouri customers are still without power in the wake of Thursday’s high winds.
Mayor Slay says it’s a three-day long, dangerous storm.
Temperatures were 40 degrees colder than Wednesday, when much of Missouri basked in weather in the 60s.
“We could put 70 trucks on the street tonight if we needed to. The storm tonight looks to be about a 50-truck deal,” Director Todd Walterman says.
Global warming will spawn more deadly thunderstorms and tornadoes by the end of this century, especially in the Midwest, according to a new study.
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Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.