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Severe Weather Map (Courtesy of Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert and National Weather Service)

Severe Weather Could Pop Up on Friday

The temperatures have dropped in the last couple of days and it looks like a big warming trend is not predicted at this time.

The National Weather Service is looking at a possibility of patchy frost late tonight and into Thursday morning, especially north of Highway 36

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National Weather Service
Rainfall expected through Sunday, April 19, 2015 (Courtesy of National Weather Service)

Scattered Thunderstorms Expected Sunday

The weather forecast has certainly changed a lot in 24-48 hours. On Friday (April 17), there was a chance for severe weather to come through our area, but now it appears the projection of the storm changed and so did the intensity

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Severe Weather Map
courtesy of National Weather Service/Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert

Severe Weather Possible This Weekend

The weekend is looking to be on the wet side, according to the National Weather Service predictions. Numerous thunderstorms are expected to affect the region on Saturday and Sunday. The storms on Saturday are not expected to become severe, but heavy rainfall is possible

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Tornado
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Severe Storms Cause Damage In Pettis and Cooper County

Severe storms pushed through West Central Missouri through the afternoon. There were two tornado warnings issued at around 3:15 p.m for Pettis and Cooper Counties.

The Sedalia/Pettis County Emergency Management received reports of power lines and trees down along North 65 and Mt

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Lightning

Get Prepared for Severe Weather This Year [OPINION]

There are several things to keep in mind during severe weather season, but overall, you should be prepared. "Be prepared" is not only the Boy Scout motto that I grew up on, but should be your mantra as well.

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Tornado
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Tornado Watch Issued for Pettis County

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma has issued a Tornado Watch for portions of western and central Missouri, including Pettis County.  The watch is effective this Thursday afternoon and evening until 9 p.m.

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Highway 50 Flooding
Highway 50 Flooding in front of Lotspeich Motors

Pettis County Emergency Management Prepares for More Severe Storms This Afternoon

Mother Nature has unloaded rain across Missouri for the last 24-36 hours. According to Pettis County EMA Director, David Clippert, three to four inches of rain fell in Pettis County within a period of two hours this morning (April 3). We've had five to six inches of rain since yesterday.

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Trenton Tornado
Tornado near Trenton, Missouri (@BuzzFeedStorm, Twitter)

Cleanup Underway After Severe Weather Hits Northern Missouri

TRENTON, Mo. (AP) — Officials are expected in northern Missouri to assess damage from heavy storms that hit the area, damaging homes and utility poles.

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Tornado
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Tornado Watch Issued for Pettis County

A Tornado Watch has been issued for Pettis County until 8 p.m. this evening (March 27). Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are possible.

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Tornado
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2013 Weather Year In Review – Missouri’s Tornado Count Nearly Doubles from 2012

Pettis County EMA Director Dave Clippert recently released a report reviewing Missouri's severe weather trends in 2013. In recent years, the amount of tornadoes have gone down for most of the country, but not in Missouri. According to Clippert, Missouri experienced 54 tornadoes in 2013, compared to 32 tornadoes in 2012.

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