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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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Weather For Father's Day Weekend
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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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Tornadoes, Huge Hail Batter Midwest, Plains States; More to Come

On Sunday, at least 25 tornadoes pummeled states across the Midwest and Great Plains. At least two people died in the storms. Even more harsh weather, and not just tornadoes, is set to hit much of the rest of the country on Monday.

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Weather Predictions
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Severe Thunderstorms and Tornados Possible Over the Weekend

The National Weather Service is predicting that severe weather could pick up this weekend, with a higher likelihood that bad weather will strike on Sunday night or Monday morning.

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Big Ol’ Thunderstorms: Love ‘em or Hate ‘em? [POLL]

Many of us in Mid-Missouri have been experiencing quite a few thunderstorms recently.  There have been severe weather advisories, reports of 60 mph winds and the threat of hail in the area, not to mention the damaged trees, flooded streets and traffic accidents that come along with a good old fashioned Missouri storm.  Despite all of this mayhem, I'm absolutely loving this weather, and I have a hard time believing that I'm only one out there who likes it.

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Pettis County Emergency Sirens at Noon are Just a Test

According to Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert, the EMA will have a check of the emergency sirens today at noon.  It's hard to believe we are coming off a major snow storm, and now we turn our attention to severe thunderstorms, but hey, that's Missouri weather. It won't be long before we are watching the radar for severe thunderstorms.

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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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