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    Flash Flood Warning for Stoddard County, MO
    May 04th 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Flash Flood Warning for Stoddard County, MO

    Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning until 4:45 a.m. for Stoddard County, Missouri.

    FLASH FLOOD WARNING FROM 10:52PM CDT THU UNTIL 4:45AM CDT FRI THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PADUCAH HAS ISSUED A * FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR... SCOTT COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... STODDARD COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... * UNTIL 445 AM CDT * AT 1048 PM CDT, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE WARNED AREA. DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES FROM NEAR AND INCH TO AN INCH AND A HALF OF RAIN HAS FALLEN IN THE LAST HOUR OR SO IN SOME LOCATIONS. FLASH FLOODING IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN SHORTLY. * SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE... CAPE GIRARDEAU, SIKESTON, DEXTER, SCOTT CITY, CHAFFEE, BERNIE, BLOOMFIELD, ADVANCE, ORAN, MINER, BENTON, MOREHOUSE, PUXICO, MORLEY, KELSO, ESSEX, BELL CITY, DUDLEY, HAYWOOD CITY AND HAY-WOOD CITY. ADDITIONAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF ONE TO TWO INCHES ARE POSSIBLE IN THE WARNED AREA. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN WHEN ENCOUNTERING FLOODED ROADS. MOST FLOOD DEATHS OCCUR IN VEHICLES. BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE THE DANGERS OF FLOODING.


    Last Updated on May 04th 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    Special Weather Statement Issued Until 5 a.m. Friday
    May 04th 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Special Weather Statement Issued Until 5 a.m. Friday

    Stoddard county, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT for Stoddard County, Missouri.

    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 5AM CDT FR

     ...GUSTY NORTH WINDS STARTING TONIGHT AND INCREASING FRIDAY

    ... A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL MOVE JUST TO OUR EAST OVERNIGHT.

    THIS WILL BRING NORTHERLY WINDS TO THE REGION TONIGHT OF 15 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 25 MPH.

    THE MAIN AREAS AFFECTED WILL BE NORTH AND WEST OF THE OHIO RIVER. FRIDAY THESE WINDS WILL SPREAD EAST ACROSS THE ENTIRE AREA AND INTENSIFY. FRIDAY WE EXPECT WINDS TO REMAIN NORTHERLY BUT INCREASE TO 15 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 35 MPH.

    THIS WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS FOR VEHICLES TRAVELING ALONG WEST OR EAST BOUND TRAVELERS AND ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE IN HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES.

    IN ADDITION, CONSIDERING ALL THE SOAKED SOIL, IT WOULD BE MUCH EASIER TO UPROOT A TREE OR TWO. ESPECIALLY ANY THAT ARE ALREADY COMPROMISED FROM RECENT WIND EVENTS.

    Last Updated on May 04th 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    Flash Flood Watch Issued for Stoddard County Until 7 p.m. Thursday
    May 02nd 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Flash Flood Watch Issued for Stoddard County Until 7 p.m. Thursday

    Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a FLASH FLOOD WATCH for Stoddard County, Missouri.

    FLASH FLOOD WATCH FROM 7AM CDT WED UNTIL 7PM CDT THU

    ...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING.

    .. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PADUCAH HAS ISSUED A * FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR A PORTION OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING AREAS, BOLLINGER, BUTLER, CAPE GIRARDEAU, CARTER, PERRY MO, RIPLEY, SCOTT, STODDARD, AND WAYNE MO.

    * FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING * ANOTHER WEATHER SYSTEM WILL BRING AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN TO PARTS OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. THE FLASH FOOD WATCH AREA WILL INCLUDE ALL OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI, ALONG AND NORTH OF A LINE FROM SIKESTON, BERNIE, AND DONIPHAN MISSOURI. NUMEROUS COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI CONTINUE TO EXPERIENCE FLOODING ON SOME ROADWAYS AND LOW LYING AREAS. ISOLATED HIGHER RAINFALL AMOUNTS MAY BE POSSIBLE. A BRIEF PERIOD OF HEAVIER RAIN WILL BE POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, BUT THE MAIN THREAT FOR HEAVY RAIN WILL BE WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING. GIVEN THE ALREADY SATURATED GROUND, RAINFALL WILL RUNOFF INTO CREEKS AND LOW LYING AREAS FASTER.

    * THIS ADDITIONAL RAINFALL WILL LIKELY WORSEN ALREADY FLOODED AREAS IN THE WATCH AREA, AS WELL AS CAUSE FLOOD WATERS TO RISE IN THOSE AREAS THAT HAVE SEEN WATER DRAIN ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. REPEAT FLOODING OF LOW LYING AND POOR DRAINAGE AREAS WILL BE POSSIBLE AND DANGEROUS FLASH FLOODING ON SMALLER CREEKS AND STREAMS WILL BE LIKELY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS.

    .. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION. YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION SHOULD FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS BE ISSUED


    Last Updated on May 02nd 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    Special Weather Statement Issued by National Weather Service
    May 02nd 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Special Weather Statement Issued by National Weather Service

    Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT until 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 3:30PM CDT TUE

    ...MORE RAINFALL HEADING INTO THE REGION.

    .. ANOTHER STRONG, SLOW-MOVING STORM SYSTEM WILL BRING MORE MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL TO THE REGION WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN IS FORECAST, WITH THE HEAVIEST RAINS FALLING OVER AREAS FROM PERRYVILLE MISSOURI THROUGH PINCKNEYVILLE, MT VERNON AND FAIRFIELD ILLINOIS.

    A LARGE MAJORITY OF THIS RAIN IS EXPECTED WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING, WHEN SOME EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE. WHILE THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS PALE IN COMPARISON TO THE HEAVY RAINS THAT FELL OVER THE WEEKEND, THEY WILL SERVE TO AGGRAVATE EXISTING FLOODING AND POSSIBLY LEAD TO NEW FLOODING PROBLEMS. MANY RIVER FORECASTS ACROSS THE AREA WILL BE IMPACTED, AT LEAST WITH A PROLONGED FLOOD WAVE, IF NOT NEW OR HIGHER CRESTS. RIVER FORECASTS LATER TODAY SHOULD INCORPORATE MOST OF THIS FORECAST RAINFALL.

    PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND IMPACT INFORMATION ON THIS UPCOMING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENT.


    Last Updated on May 02nd 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    Flood Warning Issued for Stoddard County
    May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Flood Warning Issued for Stoddard County

    Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a FLOOD WARNING until 5:30 a.m. Tuesday for Stoddard County, Missouri.

    FLOOD WARNING FROM 5:37PM CDT MON UNTIL 5:30AM CDT TUE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PADUCAH HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD WARNING FOR... BOLLINGER COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... CARTER COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... SCOTT COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... PERRY COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... RIPLEY COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... WAYNE COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... BUTLER COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... STODDARD COUNTY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI... * UNTIL 530 AM CDT TUESDAY

    * AT 530 PM CDT, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORTED NUMEROUS STATE AND COUNTY ROADS STILL UNDER WATER AND IMPASSABLE ACROSS MUCH OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI.

    ALTHOUGH WATER IS RECEDING IN MANY AREAS, IT WILL TAKE AN EXTENDED AMOUNT OF TIME FOR WATER TO DRAIN ENOUGH FOR ROADS TO BE CLEAR, ESPECIALLY WITH THE SLOW DROP IN WATER LEVELS ON MANY AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS.

    * SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL CONTINUE TO EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE... CAPE GIRARDEAU, POPLAR BLUFF, JACKSON, PERRYVILLE, DEXTER, SCOTT CITY, CHAFFEE, DONIPHAN, PIEDMONT, BLOOMFIELD, MARBLE HILL, ADVANCE, ORAN, BENTON, VAN BUREN, GREENVILLE, WAPPAPELLO LAKE AREA, SAM A BAKER STATE PARK, PUXICO AND MORLEY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS

    ... TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN WHEN ENCOUNTERING FLOODED ROADS. MOST FLOOD DEATHS OCCUR IN VEHICLES. DO NOT DRIVE AROUND BARRICADES


    Last Updated on May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    Special Weather Statement Issued
    May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin
    Special Weather Statement Issued

    Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT for Stoddard County, Missouri until 5:45 a.m. Tuesday morning.

    SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 5:45AM CDT TUE

    ...MORE RAINFALL HEADING INTO THE REGION

    ... ALTHOUGH THE UPCOMING RAIN EVENT, WHICH WILL START LATE TUESDAY, WILL NOT BE AS SIGNIFICANT AS WHAT WE RECEIVED OVER THE WEEKEND, THERE IS STILL SOME CONCERN. ANOTHER 1 TO 2.5 INCHES OF RAIN WILL FALL OVER ALREADY SATURATED GROUND.

    THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL IS EXPECTED TO FALL ALONG AN AXIS FROM NEAR ST. LOUIS EASTWARD ALONG AND JUST NORTH OF I-64 ACROSS SOUTHERN ILLINOIS AND SOUTHWEST INDIANA.

    THIS UPCOMING EVENT MAY BE MORE OF A FLASH FLOOD AND LESS OF A RIVER ISSUE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS.

    HOWEVER, IT MAY BE AN ISSUE ON THE LARGER STEMS SUCH AS THE MISSISSIPPI. RIVER FORECASTS TOMORROW WILL INCLUDE THE EXPECTED RAINFALL FROM THIS UPCOMING SYSTEM. THERE WILL LIKELY BE SOME REVISIONS TO CURRENT AMOUNTS AND LOCATIONS AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE EVENT. THE CURRENT DRY PERIOD WILL ALLOW A GREAT DEAL OF RUNOFF TO OCCUR WHICH WILL HELP THE SITUATION.

    THE UPCOMING RAINFALL SHOULD ONLY PRODUCE MINOR RISES ON THE BIG MUDDY, SKILLET FORK, LITTLE WABASH, AND WABASH RIVERS. AT SOME LOCATIONS, LIKE MURPHYSBORO, AND POSSIBLY NEAR NEW HARMONY, THE HEAVY RAINFALL MAY SLIGHTLY INCREASE THE CREST LEVEL. MAINLY, THIS RAIN SHOULD SLOW THE FALL AND KEEP RIVERS AT A HIGH LEVEL FOR A LONGER PERIOD OF TIME.

    THE SMALLER RIVERS IN SOUTHEAST MISSOURI WILL GENERALLY CREST BEFORE OR DURING THE EVENT AND THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL WILL BE WELL TO THE NORTH OF THOSE BASINS.


    Last Updated on May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin




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    EF2 Tornado Touches Down in Matthews, MO
    May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin
    EF2 Tornado Touches Down in Matthews, MO

    New Madrid County, Missouri - The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF2 tornado touched down near Matthews, Missouri.

    It happened around 2:50 a.m. on Sunday, April 30, 2017.  The tornado had peak winds of 125 miles per hour and was on the ground for about 4 miles.



    Last Updated on May 01st 2017 by Dee Loflin




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