Thursday could be a day that you need too wear not only sunscreen but a space suit to the Westside Nut Club's Fall Festival so you can protect yourself from the elements! Take a look at this weather forecast. HAHAHA!!!
This morning, I noticed that the National Weather Service in Paducah, KY, posted that a 3.5 magnitude earthquake occurred at 8:45 AM this morning 2.3 miles east of Point Pleasant, MO or 29.2 miles south of Sikeston, MO.
This summer has been unlike any summer I can remember. Usually, by August, it's really hot and everything is dead. This year though, the Ohio River Valley is more like the Amazon rainforest. I don't even water my plants! (Ha, like I actually ever watered my plants before...)
A very warm and humid southwest wind flow will provide fuel for more thunderstorms today. The primary hazards will be flooding and locally damaging winds. A weak cold front will move south across our region tonight and early Saturday, bringing more storms...