UPDATE, March 2, 2014: The winter weather continues to roll through West Central Missouri. The National Weather Service has now changed the storm forecast and claims the Winter Storm Warning will go until midnight tonight. The light snow and sleet will taper off through the day. However, another round of light snow is expected to develop, according to the National Weather Service and Sedalia/Pettis County Emergency Management Director David Clippert.
Like most of us, I expected to see a few inches of snow on the ground,” said David Clippert. “Instead, we had freezing drizzle which made it very slick and then sleet, which means it's still slick. We still have a ways to go . Now they are calling for a possible 2 inches. Very cold tomorrow morning. This is a good day to stay home. If you don't need to be out then please stay home and let the road crews safely do their jobs.”
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDot) has issued a no travel advisory and most of the state is considered to be in a covered state with either snow, ice or sleet this morning (Mar. 2).
Governor Jay Nixon announced he has activated the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) and delayed his scheduled departure to Canada for a trade mission. The Governor and state emergency officials continue to track the weather system and are in close contact with the National Weather Service and local emergency management agencies to monitor conditions.
“State emergency management officials are working to ensure we are fully prepared for what is forecast to be a severe winter storm,” Governor Nixon said. “Snow and freezing rain, combined with high winds, will bring hazardous conditions and potential power outages to parts of the state. As we brace for another round of severe winter weather, I urge Missourians to use caution, check on friends and neighbors, and avoid unnecessary travel so that MoDOT and local road crews can do their important work to keep Missourians safe.”
The National Weather Service is expecting dangerous wind chills to continue through Tuesday.
UPDATE: The National Weather Service in Kansas City/Pleasant Hill has issued a winter storm warning for periods of heavy sleet and snow, which is in effect from 6 p.m. this evening to 6 a.m. Monday for all of central and West Central Missouri, including Pettis County. The winter storm watch is no longer in effect.
Following guilty verdicts at a jury trial conducted November 19 through 26, Jamauhle D. Brown was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Tuesday (Feb. 11) for the shooting death of Michael Smith in March of 2010.
Dr. Jennifer Holland, assistant principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High School, will leave Sedalia School District 200 at the end of the current academic year to become the lead curriculum developer and professional development consultant for the Illinois Network of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (INCCRRA), the accrediting agency of early childhood education in Illinois.
A Columbia, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court today (Jan. 23) for two arsons that caused more than $1 million in damages to the Ellis Library at the University of Missouri–Columbia and a building on the Stephens College campus in Columbia.
WASHINGTON – Tyson Foods, Inc. a Sedalia, Mo., establishment, is recalling approximately 33,840 pounds of mechanically separated chicken products that may be contaminated with a Salmonella Heidelberg strain, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on Friday (Jan. 10).
SEDALIA, Mo. - With the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri's 24th annual “An Evening of Heart & Hope” less than a month away, one of the most popular parts of the night is already underway. The three nominees for the 2014 Pink Flamingo Award are all unique and support the Sedalia and Pettis County communities in a variety of ways.
The National Weather Service in Kansas City/Pleasant Hill has issued a Winter Storm Warning for freezing rain and snow, which is in effect from midnight tonight to noon Sunday for portions of Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri, including Pettis County. The winter storm watch is no longer in effect.
UPDATE: The Freezing Rain Advisory issued for Pettis County has been moved from 3 a.m. to noon on Friday, Dec. 20 to 2 a.m. - 9 a.m. Friday morning. Drizzle or light rain will overspread the area late this afternoon/evening and transition over to freezing drizzle or light freezing rain tonight into Friday morning, possibly impacting the morning rush hour Friday.
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