Tornadoes, heavy downpours and baseball sized hail could be headed our way, expected to roll in between 6 and 8 p.m.
Gov. Jay Nixon today declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to severe weather including heavy rain, hail, high winds, flooding and a tornado in University City.
There were more than 6,000 power outages for the greater St. Louis-Illinois metro area following a tornado that touched down this morning at 5:23 a.m.
It’s the first day of spring—the perfect time to reflect back on the just-ended winter and just how bad it really was.
Prolonged cold this winter has caused a cooling of water in the Gulf of Mexico and is likely to push back the start of the spring storm season in the Midwest.
With all the snow we’ve gotten this winter, you may not realize it, but we are still in a drought.
Heavy winds and power lines don’t mix well, and that’s led to early-morning outages on both sides of the Mississippi.
From the looks of the lines at Ted Drewes on Monday evening, it looks as though St. Louis is ready for spring.
Ice on the sidewalks and snow on the steps led to many letter carriers to take a tumble this winter.
There is a possibility that this Spring could bring a lot of severe weather, but local emergency management teams say they’re not taking any extra precautions.