Flooding On The Grand River

Flooding Continues for the Grand River at Sumner and Brunswick. At Sumner, the river is near the expected crest of 31.2 feet.  The flooding is expected to continue until Monday morning with the river falls back below 26 feet. At Brunswick, Flood Stage is 19 feet.  The river is above flood stage and flooding is expected to continue until late […]

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Grand River Flooding Update

Heavy rains this week across the northwest part of Missouri have cause the Grand River to rise.  For the most part, the river has stayed below flood stage, but flooding is occurring on portions of the lower Grand River. Moderate flooding is reported on the Grand River at Sumner.  Flood stage at Sumner is 26 feet.  The river was at […]

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Flooding On The Grand River

Heavy rains this week across the northwest part of Missouri have caused the Grand River to rise.  For the most part, the river has stayed below flood stage, but flooding is occurring on portions of the lower Grand River. Moderate flooding is reported on the Grand River at Sumner.  Flood stage at Sumner is 26 feet.  The river was at […]

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Severe Weather Awareness – Lightning

A flash of light streaks across the sky and it is followed by a low rumble or a loud boom.  Lightning is one of the more dangerous aspects of storms.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmie Barham says Lightning is quite dangerous and often under-rated in a thunderstorm. Barham says the safest place to be in a lightning storm is indoors. […]

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Severe Weather Awareness Week: March 2nd – 6th

The 2020 National Weather Service Severe Weather Awareness week is March 2nd to the 6.  During this time, the National Weather Service will be focusing on several different severe weather safety topics through the week including: preparedness on Monday, tornado safety on Tuesday, lightning safety on Wednesday, hail and wind safety on Thursday, and flood safety on Friday. During the […]

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