Let’s hope the soil is soaking up all this rain and snow, because a new report shows that Missouri is in for another hot, dry summer in 2013.
The United Way says it is working closely with the Red Cross “who are possibly going to open up emergency shelters…”
All “essential maintenance personnel” were still required to report for work.
The university announced at noon that all classes and exams are cancelled effective immediately.
Forecasters said rivers would see a dramatic, if temporary, rise over the next few days, with some waterways expected to swell by as much as 15 feet.
Temperatures were well below freezing Monday as the governor rode in an inaugural parade and took the oath of office during an outdoor ceremony.
St. Louis just wrapped up its hottest year on record, but according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Gosslin 2013 is going to be a hot one too.
New high temperature record set for December 2 at Lambert St. Louis International Airport.
This year is on pace to be the warmest on record in parts of Missouri, a continuation of a trend of warmer weather that is affecting flowers, plants and agricultural crops, experts said Monday.
“There’s been a lot of communication between the state of Illinois, state of Louisiana, (and the) state of Mississippi,” said the IEMA’s Monken,