Snow Ended… Windy & Cold Continues

The snow ended early this afternoon, but the strong winds and colder than normal temperatures will stick around for a couple of days.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jared Leighton says road conditions are not expected to improve going into tonight. Leighton says we will see a slight warm-up but will stay below normal. That forecast period is right through the […]

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Wintry Weather Still Approaching

The precipitation that could have fallen on the Chillicothe area overnight stayed mainly south of us, moving through Carroll and Chariton Counties as rain, but National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmy Barham says the system that will bring us snow hasn’t arrived yet. Barham says there is still the potential of 1-2 inches of snow for Chillicothe and the amounts could […]

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Winter Weather Advisory Issues – Late Tuesday to Early Thursday

A Winter Weather Advisory is issued from 10:00 tonight until 4:00 am Thursday.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmy Barham says this system will move in from the south and as temperatures cool this evening, we could start seeing snow across the area. Slick road conditions are possible Wednesday morning and the main threat of snow is Wednesday night. For the […]

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Flooding Expected – Warnings Issued

The Grand River at Brunswick is expected to be back below flood stage this morning as the river was supposed to drop below the 19-foot mark Wednesday evening.  The national weather service has issued a flood warning beginning Friday morning for The Grand River at Chillicothe, Sumner and Brunswick. At Chillicothe, the flooding will be short-lived as the river will […]

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Flooding On the Grand River

Floodwaters have subsided on a portion of the Grand River. The National Weather Service reports the Grand River at Sumner is back below flood stage.  The river crested late Monday morning at 27.79 feet and has since dropped back below flood stage of 26 feet and is expected to continue dropping. At Brunswick, the river rose above flood stage of […]

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