On any typical day, there are hundreds of earthquakes across the world.
Storms are likely Wednesday evening and overnight with possible severe weather.
Ragweed pollen season is set to peak in mid-September, but not before affecting 23 million Americans.
August tends to be the active time for tropical storms. The Atlantic is getting attention this week with 3 disturbances. One in particular we're keeping an eye on that could impact Florida next week.
There is a Marginal Risk (low) for severe weather on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Read about which areas in Mid-Missouri and what time.
The total solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017, is expected to be the most viewed solar eclipse ever.
Mark your calendars. One year from today Mid-Missouri will have some of the best views of a total solar eclipse-the first one in the continental U.S. in over 38 years.
A cold front will move through early Saturday ushering in a touch of fall to Mid-Missouri.
Most storms hold off until after 10 PM Friday as a cold front moves in.
The Full Moon in August has many names including the "Sturgeon","Full Green Corn Moon", and "Blueberry Moon." Read about why on the Insider Blog and the best viewing conditions tonight.
A cold front will approach Mid-Missouri bringing a chance for storms in the afternoon and evening on Friday. Storms increasing in the night time hours could produce damaging 60 mph winds.
A cold front moves through early Saturday, bringing fall-like weather to Mid-Missouri.
Temperatures will be on the downward trend as we head through the latter part of the week, but don't expect it to stick around.
There is a Marginal (low) threat for Severe Weather Friday Afternoon. Read about the timing, threats, and where in Mid-Missouri.
Parts of Mid-Missouri will have better viewing conditions Thursday and Friday mornings during the predawn hours to view the Perseid Meteor Shower.
A double rainbow formed as rain was moving through parts of Mid-Missouri Wednesday afternoon.
Hot, sticky weather returns for only a couple days.
The Mars rover Curiosity celebrated his 4th birthday today with brisk temperatures on the red planet with lows near -100 degrees but warming up throughout the Mars day to a high near 19 degrees.
Below average temperatures stick around through the weekend.
Hot, humid weather moves in Thursday.
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