According to Fort Leonard Wood, the Pulaski County 911 Communications system is experiencing some issues after an apparent lightning strike.
We have some new and upgraded tools to track severe weather in Mid-Missouri this year.
Of all the possible forms of severe weather during warmer months, large hail and lightning are among the most common.
Flooding was a major problem for Mid-Missouri twice in 2015: July and December.
Severe weather can develop very quickly in Mid-Missouri, and it's not uncommon to get caught outside when a storm hits.
The spring of 2015 started with snow and freezing temperatures in March; those gave way to warmer temperatures and the arrival of the stormy season.
A new severe weather warning system was put in place in Boone County last year, and officials say it's working as it should.
A look at tornadoes that have hit Mid-Missouri over the past decades shows some areas appear to be more prone than others.
Four people died when a tornado hit the town of Renick on March 13, 2006.
As we prepare for a new season of severe weather, we talk to Ashland city officials about their storm shelter registry program.
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