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.
It’s been 19 years since the last lunar eclipse was visible before midnight- start to finish- to a large part of the United States.
A wintery mix of weather swept the state of Missouri. Northern Missouri experienced more snow than southern Missouri, but ice and snow had covered roads statewide.
Southcentral and southwest Missouri are expected to get mixed participation, rain, snow, and ice, until late Saturday evening.
From Friday to Saturday, January 11th and 12th, a snowstorm is expected to pass over the central states. Over 1,000 miles are expected to get snowfall from the west to moving east storm.
On January third the first meteor shower of 2019 is happening. Mid northern states will get the best views of the meteor shower AccuWeather reported. Especially since there is no moon to ruin the show.
Two earthquakes hit Anchorage, Alaska on Friday morning, November 30th. A tsunami warning was issued.
Last week Hurricane Michael made an appearance on the Florida panhandle. It quickly swept through Florida.
Tropical Storm Sergio hit the Baja California coast on Friday bringing lots of rain and wind with it.