Winter Weather Advisories and Warnings

A winter Weather Advisory is issued for much of the KCHI listening area beginning at 6:00 pm and continuing to midday Saturday.  There is also a Winter Storm Warning for Northeast and North Central Missouri, including Sullivan County in the local area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Brad Temeyer says in the warning areas, there could be 6-9 inches of snow […]

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Severe Weather Preparedness – Tornadoes

This is Severe Weather Preparedness Week and The National Weather Service has information about Severe Weather each day this week.  Today’s Focus is on Tornadoes.  Meteorologist Jared Leighton says there will be a Tornado Warning Test at 10:00 am today.  Sirens will sound and tones will be aired on this and other radio and TV stations. For Tornadoes, there are […]

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Windchill Advisories Today & Tonight

Windchill Advisories are issued for today and tonight as the VERY cold air remains in place.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jon Kurtz says the Windchill Advisory today continues until Noon. Kurtz says there is no warm-up this weekend. If you need to be outside, cover any exposed skin. The Windchill Advisory this morning runs until Noon.  Another Windchill Advisory starts […]

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Hi Temperatures Will Approach ZERO

High temperatures this weekend could be near the ZERO mark.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Brent Pesel says we can expect the VERY cold temperatures to continue well past the weekend. Pesel says don’t expect those temperatures to rebound too quickly. He says a High-Pressure System is sitting over the region and has stalled any warmer air from moving in.  That […]

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Practice Heat Safety

As we begin to see high temperatures reach near 90 degrees, we need to remember to NOT leave kids or pets in a car that is parked. The National Weather Service says during Summer heat, practice heat safety wherever you are and never, never, never leave children, disabled adults, or pets in a car! Heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable. […]

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Severe Weather Awareness – Flooding

Severe Weather Awareness Week wraps up with information on Flooding.  Flooding can happen very quickly and can be deceptively powerful.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jimmy Barham says there are a couple types of flooding.  The first is Flash Flooding and this can happen very quickly. Barham says when roads are flooded, what looks calm and harmless could be very dangerous. […]

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