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Soggy in the Pacific Northwest; Cool and Snowy in the Northeast

Periods of heavy rain on top of already saturated soils will lead to additional flooding and continued threats of landslides across western Washington. A series of weather systems originating in Canada will produce areas of snow and lake effect snow across the Great Lakes and Northeast. Santa Ana winds will warm southern California and keep fire weather threats elevated. Read More >

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Winter Weather Preparedness Week: November 15th - November 19th, 2021

Published 2021-11-10

Preliminary Event Summary for the October 24th, 2021 Tornadoes

Published 2021-10-28

A Preliminary Event Summary for the October 24th, 2021 Tornadoes is now available. Please note that we are still reviewing data and the track details are subject to change as more data becomes available.

Preliminary Storm Damage Information for the October 24th, 2021 Tornadoes

Published 2021-10-25

Preliminary Storm Damage Information for the October 24th, 2021 Tornadoes

2021-2022 Winter Outlook

Published 2021-10-21

October 11th, 2021 Wrights, IL Tornado

Published 2021-10-12

NWS St. Louis has rated the tornado that moved through Wrights, IL an EF-2, estimating maximum wind speeds around 115 mph. This tornado destroyed 4 farm buildings in or near Wrights, before moving NE and producing sporadic damage to vegetation.

Brief EF-0 Tornado Confirmed Northeast of Farmington, MO the Morning of July 31st, 2021

Published 2021-07-31

The Bellflower NOAA Weather Radio Will Be Offline Indefinitely Beginning on Thursday, July 15th

Published 2021-07-14

Ready to Plant? Check out the Frost/Freeze Guide for Missouri!

Published 2021-03-29

Test Tornado Warning Activates Wireless Emergency Alerts on Cell Phones

Published 2021-03-02

A test of our tornado warning system today as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week was not intended to be broadcast as a Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA). The new code for our Common Alerting Protocol Handler, implemented last week, mistakenly allowed the test to go out over WEA as an actual warning. The software was fixed immediately.

Presidents Day 2021 Snow Event

Published 2021-02-17