There are several things to keep in mind during severe weather season, but overall, you should be prepared. "Be prepared" is not only the Boy Scout motto that I grew up on, but should be your mantra as well.
The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma has issued a Tornado Watch for portions of western and central Missouri, including Pettis County. The watch is effective this Thursday afternoon and evening until 9 p.m.
Mother Nature has unloaded rain across Missouri for the last 24-36 hours. According to Pettis County EMA Director, David Clippert, three to four inches of rain fell in Pettis County within a period of two hours this morning (April 3). We've had five to six inches of rain since yesterday.
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