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Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.
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Waves of rough weather spawning high winds and a tornado tore through eastern Missouri and the St. Louis area Friday night, downing trees and power lines and sending gamblers rushing from a casino floor.
Parkway School District officials assessed damage at Shenandoah Elementary School and said “extensive roof damage” will keep students out of the school.
Captain Dan Sutter said two people took shelter in the basement and, remarkably, were not hurt.
You may have heard of the phenomenon known as “thundersnow.” But have you ever heard of “thundersleet?”
Missouri roads will be dicey from 9 a.m. on Thursday through Friday morning.
High winds and blowing snow are adding to driving difficulties.
This week’s wintry weather may have played a role in the deaths of two women after their homes lost power.