National Weather Service Cannot Confirm Tornado In Mercer County

Date 2014/6/30 10:00:44 | Topic: News

The National Weather Service warning coordinator, Andy Bailey, said he can't confirm there was a tornado last night in Mercer county.
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Bailey did tell KTTN it is highly likely there was at least one tornado based on the damage reports to KTTN as well as a few phone calls the National Weather Services made.

Bailey also noted the weather service won't be able to send a damage survey crew today because meteorologists are preparing for more severe weather again today.

Among rainfall reports replayed to the National Weather Service, Princeton had an inch and third; Unionville reported one inch and 30 hundreths. Other substantial amounts near the Iowa-Missouri line included Conception two inches; Maryville an inch and 65 hundreths in northwest Missouri. In northeast Missouri, Lancaster an inch and 61 hundreths and Downing an inch and 16 hundreths.

The Thompson River, west of Trenton, is rising due to all of the rain that has fallen to our north. This morning, the river level was up to 20 and a half feet with a flood stage of 30 feet.



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