Round 2 of severe storms move through St. Louis area

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- Strong to severe thunderstorms came in waves and the pattern was scattered. Re-developing rain and strong to severe storms moved through, especially from St. Louis and points south. This is day two of the two day weather event.

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Storms have the potential to be even stronger, with heavy rain, flooding, intense lightning, large hail and possible tornadoes from 3pm to midnight on Thursday. This all blows by Friday with windy and colder temperatures.  The atmosphere is all about spring and that means unsettled with rain and storms along with windy and rather warm conditions.

If you have severe weather, hail, lightning, winds, tornadoes, write the date and time down, take pictures if you can. You will need this information for insurance claims.

The weather should be quiet and cool for the weekend.

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2 comments

  • Jean Miller Ader

    This is ridiculous. We see detailed radar for an hour, then when it gets to St. Louis we get very little information or radar. SHOW US THE WEATHER. You can run American Idol at 2 a.m. or something like the other stations do with their shows.

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