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Clouds come in all shapes and sizes

Usually most don’t think of a tornado as just a cloud. Tornados are clouds in fact there are many different types of clouds you may not be familiar with and the Cloud Chart provided by the NWS can give you … Continue reading

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NWS Storm Spotting Classes Available

Check the Schedule with the national weather service to see if a class is available in your area. Classes are free and everyone is encouraged to become more familiar with Severe Weather in your area. Preparation and accurate reporting helps … Continue reading

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Lightning Safety

You are not safe anywhere outside. Run to a safe building or vehicle when you first hear thunder, see lightning or observe dark threatening clouds developing overhead. Stay inside until 30 minutes after you hear the last clap of thunder. Do not shelter under … Continue reading

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Tornadoes in St. Charles County

The Friday night storm which slammed the St. Louis region is believed to have included three tornadoes, the National Weather Service said Saturday. -STLtoday.com (READ ARTICLE)

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