In case you've been living under a rock for the past couple of days, Pettis County is in for some snow this week. According to the Pettis County Emergency Management Agency, we're looking at 4-6 inches on Tuesday (Feb. 3) with winds up to 30 mph and poor visibility. And you know what? Everything is going to be fine.
I can't believe how freaked out people are over the forecast this week. This is Mi
At 8 a.m. EST Thursday, the National Hurricane Center issued hurricane and tropical storm watches for the northern Gulf Coast, as tropical storm Karen gains strength in the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico.
If you brought a spare pare of pants to work today, feel free to watch this video. Storm chasers Bradon Ivey and Sean Casey were sitting in their "Tornado Intercept Vehicle" when they quite literally intercepted a tornado.
Winter finally made a big encore performance and it was a blessing. It may be a pain and we may complain about it, but the farmers and lakes really need the water. I think this added about three inches of moisture to the ground with both storms combined. We are still well below the norm, but every little bit helps. The storm brought a lot of trees down and left a lot of people without power.
Winter Storm Rocky may be out of the area, but it has caused a lot of havoc in Sedalia. The Central Missouri Coop had over 3,000 customers without power. KCP&L had about 700 customers without power in Pettis County and thousands more across the region. The Missouri Department of Transportation has not had very much downtime since Winter Storm Q from last week, and they continue to try and kee