NEW GRAPHIC UPDATED 4/2/15 19:00
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for most of Central Missouri.
Today due to high winds low humidity the NWS has issues a Heightened Fire Danger Warning.
Looking ahead there is a chance for strong storms to begin developing this (Wednesday) evening and then agin Thursday afternoon and early evening hours.
On Thursday strong storms are possible to produce Severe Weather, especially along and south of I-70 and are expected to taper off on Friday.
Below is a Hazardous Weather Outlook
March 2 to 6 awareness campaign calls attention to preparing for tornadoes, severe storms, lightning and flooding
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – In advance of severe weather season in Missouri, the National Weather Service, the State Emergency Management Agency and local emergency managers are promoting Missouri Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 2-6, to help Missourians be prepared for dangerous tornadoes, severe storms, lightning and flooding.
Missouri’s 41st annual Statewide Tornado Drill will be held on Tuesday, March 3 at 1:30 p.m. If severe weather is in the forecast for March 3, the drill will be moved to Thursday, March 5 at 1:30 p.m.
As snow continues to fall and road conditions deteriorating by the minute, we have a live winter weather road report along I-44 from our very own Scott Brauer.
Scott reminds drivers to alway wear your seat belt and avoid from being distracted by Powerball Lottery Ticket signs.
Above is the latest computer snowfall model from our good friend Meteorologist Neville Miller.
UPDATE: Feb. 28 at 12:18
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - An updated computer model provided by Neville Miller, indicates that the snow forecast is beginning to shift south, which means accumulations for Franklin County may be more in the range of 3’’ to 5’’ with most of it coming today and into tonight.
(Photo courtesy of MDC)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - The National Weather Service in St Louis has issued a winter weather advisory for snow...which is in effect from 9 am Saturday until to midnight on Saturday.
Snow will develop over central Missouri Saturday morning and then expand into northeast Missouri and west central Illinois Saturday afternoon. Snow will then taper off from west to east Saturday evening.
Article by The Editors of Sky Telescope
Spectators in western North America will be able to see all stages of the partial solar eclipse on October 23, 2014 (weather permitting).
Those living in the east of North America will see the sun set while the eclipse is still in progress. Figure out what time the eclipse will be the deepest at your site by interpolating between the red lines.
--On the afternoon of October 23rd, two weeks after the Moon passes through Earth’s shadow, the Moon will cast some of its own shadow onto Earth.
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for tonight (Wed. Aug 6) through the next seven days into Tuesday, Aug. 12th.
Thunderstorms are likely tonight (Wed. Aug 6) across much of the region, while widespread severe thunderstorms are not expected.