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Governor Jay Nixon Declares State of Emergency During Winter Storm

Governor Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency in Missouri today (Feb. 21) in response to severe winter weather that began early this morning, bringing hazardous travel and the possibility of power outages. The weather system has involved a mix of snow, sleet and ice throughout the state, with forecasts of 10 inches or more of snow in some parts of the state and a wintry mix across many other regions of Missouri.

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Winter Storm Watch Issued for West Central Missouri

Could the last gasp of winter be coming this week? The National Weather Service is predicting snow to impact this area on Wednesday night (Feb. 20) and Thursday (Feb. 21). A Winter Storm Watch has been issued, and they are projecting that a bulk of the snow should be north of Highway 36, while I-70 and Highway 50 areas could get a lot of ice, sleet and snow.

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See Intense Footage of the Meteor Landing in Russia

Zombies. Man-killing space aliens. Killer clowns. It's okay if these are the first things that run through your mind when you watch this insane footage of a meteor landing in Russia. The meteor crashed into a building, and destroyed it

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Giant Asteroid Is Barely Going to Miss Earth on Friday

Seventeen-thousand miles might not sound particularly close at first listen, but when it comes to a gigantic rock the size of half a football field, it's a bit scarier.

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Watch an Amazing Time-Lapse Video of the 2013 Nemo Blizzard

You know all of that snow sitting outside your window that's turning into an icy mess as the days progress? Want to watch how it got there? Oh, good!

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Annual Groundhog's Day Ritual Held In Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania
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Punxsutawney Phil Does Not See Shadow; Predicts Early Spring

Spring will arrive early this year, according to America's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil.

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National Weather Service

Nasty Weather Wreaking Havoc All Over the Country

A particularly harsh, and large, spate of weather has been pummeling much of the Eastern half of the country, with recent incidents affecting residents as far north as Wisconsin and Michigan and all the way down to Georgia and Alabama, even stretching westward into Texas.

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EMA Prepares for Potential Severe Weather; North Sedalia and Skyline Shelters Closed

The Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency released a statement today (Jan, 28) updating Pettis County residents on the status of the local storm shelters.  The statement was issued following a forecast that included a slight risk of high winds and isolated tornados.  In the event that a tornado watch is issued in Pettis County, the North Sedalia and Skyline Elementary shelters will not be open due to severe cracks in the roofs of the shelters.

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10 Unusual Winter Activities You Might Not Know About

This winter, when the snow is piled high outside your doorway, or in the mountains nearby, you could head out into the cold and build a snowman or have an epic snowball fight. Those are some time-honored winter traditions, yet when the temperature drops, there’s so much more you can do.

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Watch the World’s Largest Snowball Fight

Just last week, nearly 6,000 people gathered in Seattle, Washington, to set the world's record for the largest snowball fight ever put together. The event was held during the city's "Snow Day" and went well into the night, proving that being pelted in the face by freezing balls of ice was just about the best thing people could think to do on their Saturday.

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