Storms prompt tornado warning in northern Missouri

Strong storms in northern Missouri prompted a tornado warning for areas in northern Missouri.At 9:36 pm — A new tornado warning was issued for Andrew, Buchanan and DeKalb counties until 10 pm This is radar indicated.Severe storms are possible Saturday night in the Kansas City area.The National Weather Service has placed the metro in a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight.A tornado watch is in effect until 10 pm for several counties in northwest Missouri.The main threats of storms that develop are damaging winds, hail and the possibility of a tornado or two. Stay with KMBC’s First Alert Weather Team for updates on the developing weather situation.

Strong storms in northern Missouri prompted a tornado warning for areas in northern Missouri.

At 9:36 pm — A new tornado warning was issued for Andrew, Buchanan and DeKalb counties until 10 pm This is radar indicated.


Severe storms are possible Saturday night in the Kansas City area.

The National Weather Service has placed the metro in a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight.

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A tornado watch is in effect until 10 pm for several counties in northwest Missouri.

The main threats of storms that develop are damaging winds, hail and the possibility of a tornado or two.

Stay with KMBC’s First Alert Weather Team for updates on the developing weather situation.

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