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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 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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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 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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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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National Weather Service Issues a Slight Risk For Severe Storms Today

The weather for the first weekend of summer has been great. Today (June 23), that could change. The National Weather Service says much of the Midwest region, including Kansas City, Topeka, Omaha, Des Moines, and portions of St. Louis are now under a slight risk for severe storms today and tonight. The primary hazards will be very large hail, damaging winds and possibly a tornado.

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Slight Risk For Severe Weather This Weekend in West Central Missouri

 

The National Weather Service is calling for a chance of rain through the weekend and into Monday.  Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert says there is a slight risk for severe weather with these showers we'll experience.
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Did You Feel Prepared for Missouri’s Severe Weather? [POLL]

Severe thunderstorms, 60 mph winds and hail the size of ping pong balls battered Mid-Missouri on Monday (May 20).  The nasty weather included a small tornado in Pettis County and Tornado Warnings for Sedalia, LaMonte, Smithton and Green Ridge.  Some lost power and others sustained damage to their homes and vehicles.  Those that were prepared for the weather rode the storm out and may have been a little more at ease than those who were not prepared for the severe weather.

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Severe Weather Preparedness Poll

Those that were prepared for the recent severe weather rode the storm out and may have been a little more at ease than those who were not prepared for the severe weather.  Did you feel prepared?

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