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Heightened Fire Danger For Area

The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings earlier this week, which is an awareness to not burn items during the designated times. The early arrival of spring brought up about warm weather, low relative humidity and very little rain, which causes dry conditions

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Tornado
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Severe Weather Awareness Week Tips: Today is Tornado Day

This week is severe weather awareness week and we bring you tips from the Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director, David Clippert and the National Weather Service. Better Country KIX 105, 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS prides ourself with weather coverage 24/7 from Weathereye and when watches and warnings strike we bring you the updates

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Snow
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Winter Weather Advisory Continues Through 6 Sunday Night

Our area has already received anywhere from three to four inches across West Central Missouri, since 11 this morning. The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill still reports that the winter weather advisory will continue until 6 Sunday evening

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Snow Predictions from National Weather Service (Courtesy of NWS/Pleasant Hill)

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For This Weekend

The National Weather Service is predicting that we could have up to six inches of snow, which has caused a winter weather advisory to be issued.

The National Weather Service In Kansas City/Pleasant Hill Has
Issued A Winter Weather Advisory For Snow

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Fire
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High Fire Danger Expected This Afternoon

It has been a little while since we've had significant rain or snow to help keep the ground moist. The last few days we've unseasonably high temperatures and some good wind. The National Weather Service predicts we have a small chance at some sprinkles on Tuesday, but we need to be cautious of any burning, especially this afternoon (Jan

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Snow Plow
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Cold Temperatures Predicted All Week

The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures to be in the mid twenties on Tuesday (Jan. 6), before temperatures dip down into the single digits on Wednesday.

"Tuesday night we will see temperatures drop into single digits with wind chills hitting -10 to -15 below zero on Wednesday and Thursday morning," said Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director David Clippert

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Weather Map
Weather Map From NWS (Courtesy of Sedalia/Pettis County EMA Director, David Clippert).

Winter Weather Advisory Through Sunday For Portions of Missouri

The snow projected for Missouri seems to be staying from the Kansas City Metro area and on up into St. Joseph and the Kirksville area. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for a vast majority of the northern portions of Missouri to also include, Johnson, Lafayette and Saline Counties in our area until Sunday morning

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Freezing Rain
Freezing Rain (Courtesy of NOAA.GOV)

Freezing Rain Advisory For Kansas City Area Until 11 A.M.

The National Weather Service has issued a Freezing Rain Advisory for the Kansas City area until 11 this morning (Dec. 10). Right now it is not making an impact on the Sedalia or Warrensburg area, but if you travel to Kansas City or Harrisonville, it may impact your commute

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Bitterly Cold Temperatures
Cold Weather Predictions via National Weather Service

UPDATE: Winter Weather Advisory Issued for Pettis County This Weekend

Update: Sunday, Jan. 5 10:00 am

The National Weather Service and the Sedalia/Pettis County Emergency Management Agency is keeping up with the latest weather and the Winter Weather Advisory continues until noon today (Jan. 5), but they have also issued a Wind Chill Warning from 6 pm (Jan. 5) until Noon on Monday (Jan. 6).

“Temperatures will top out around 12 or so above zero and will start to fall tonight until hitting a low around 6 am Monday of about -10 below zero (that's actual) in the meantime winds will pick up late tonight to around 15 -18 MPH and gusts up to 25 MPH. This will drop our wind chill to a "life-threatening" -30 below zero,” said EMA Director David Clippert. “Frostbite can occur to exposed skin in as little as 30 minutes. I would imagine that unless you are from the northern part of the US or Alaska, most of us have never seen wind chills like this.”

UPDATE:  The national weather service in Kansas City/Pleasant Hill has issued a winter weather advisory for snow, which is in effect from 3 p.m. this afternoon to 9 a.m. CST Sunday for portions of eastern Kansas and Western Missouri, including Pettis County.

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