During the spring, mid-Missouri is in a transition period as warmer air moves in but cold air lingers.
The U.S. cattle herd is at the lowest level since 1962, and beef prices are the highest they've ever been.
Spring gets off to a slow start in mid-Missouri, ramping up during April and May as temperatures start to climb.
We took a look back at rain records for the past year, and every month since June had below average precipitation.
During spring, severe storms can hit with little warning.
Two outdoor warning sirens that were struck by lightning in Jefferson City last fall are still out of order.
Boone County Public Safety Joint Communications and MU tested their outdoor warning systems Tuesday. MU also tested it's campus alert system on all platforms. The statewide tornado drill was postponed until this Thursday, March 6, at 1:30 p.m.
Find out all that you need to know about tornadoes.
Find out all you need to know about lightning.
Find out all that you need to know about hail.
Find out all that you need to know about winter.
Find out all that you need to know about flooding.
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