Thousands are still without power after the strong storms and winds that came through Monday night.
A severe thunderstorm rolled through local counties Tuesday night, April 28, 2020, leaving thousands without electricity.
On April 8, 2020, a storm hit Alton, Missouri. The storm brought lightning, thunder, rain, and some hail with it.
Cold, even frigid weather is upon us-cold during the day with very low overnight temperatures.
Overnight Thursday, January 23, 2020, an ice storm surged through the area closing schools and businesses. Simply getting off the porch required extra balancing skills.
Oregon County’s rainy season runs from November through March so we are right in the middle of it.
All Nippan Airways have canceled all domestic flights for 24 hours on Saturday, and two major sporting event have also been rescheduled due to Hagibis.
Currently, there are six active, named storms in the Eastern Pacific and Atlantic basins- something that hasn’t happened since September of 1992.
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch throughout Missouri beginning July 17 and continuing until Saturday, July 20.
Storms struck the state of Missouri yet again. Multiple tornados were spotted across Missouri, causing extensive damage to several buildings along with killing three people.
On Tuesday, multiple storms broke out across the U.S. plains, birthing over two dozen deadly tornadoes in five separate states.
For years now weathermen have been telling us that Alton, Missouri, is going to get snow.