Sudden Weather Changes Spell Disaster for FoliageKMOX Garden Show host Mike Miller tells us what the warmer weather means for trees already in bloom.
Warmer Weather Puts Dent in Maple Syrup ProductionThe temperatures have affected the amount of sap collected from trees at Southern Illinois University's Touch of Nature Environmental Center in Makanda.
Can The Wild Temperature Swings Make Us Sick?If the sudden changes in temperature leave you feeling sick, there are a few good reasons why that might be.
Worst of Potential Ice Storm May Stay North, West of St. LouisA winter storm we've been watching since Tuesday, may bring “significant icing” to the area, from late Thursday through Saturday afternoon.
Wind Advisory Tuesday, Watch For Freezing Rain This WeekendSt. Louis could see 0.25 to 0.75 of an inch of ice, which could weigh down tree limbs & cause power outages, reports AccuWeather.
Cold Temps Worse Than Snowfall Thursday MorningSt. Louis County of Department of Transportation, says South County saw the most snow Thursday morning.
Frigid Temps Drive More to Warming Shelters in St. Louis CountyFor the first time, the county has a 24/7 warming shelter in a partnership with the Salvation Army.
St. Louis Suffers Extreme HeatAccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore says the St. Louis area will feel "brutal" heat from morning to evening Tuesday.
Will Winter Weather Impact Wednesday Rush Hour?It's not the amount of snow rolling in today that has the Missouri Department of Transportation worried - it's the timing.
Winter Weather Moving InHeavy snow and plunging temperatures are expected to hit the Upper Midwest this week, dropping as much as a foot of snow on the region and pushing temperatures down by as much as 40 degrees overnight.
Big Temperature Drop Coming To Missouri Less Than 10 Days Before SpringMessage to Missourians: Don't put those winter coats in storage just yet.
Heat Wave Blamed For More Than 30 Deaths Across CountryAmericans in much of the country will be getting a slight break from the oppressive heat on Sunday, one day after temperatures rose to above 100 degrees from the central states to the mid-Atlantic. Yet for many, the cooler temperatures won't exactly be comfortable, falling only into the 90s.