Monday, October 25, 2021

MO Radio: Severe Weather Hammers Parts of Central Missouri

Damaged Tower for KYLS-AM, Fredricktown (Aaron Cox photo)

Parts of Missouri has been left with storm damage Sunday night after severe weather made its way across the state.  Reported damage included the tower for KYLS 1450 AM, which simulcasts K-Hits 94.3 FM.

Storms started to fire up along the cold front in western Missouri, and quickly became severe as they moved east into Mid-Missouri.

All modes of severe weather were on the table including large hail, damaging winds, a few tornadoes and flash flooding. Rainfall amounts were predicted to be in the 1-2" range.

Storms brought hail, damaging winds and tornadoes across Missouri Sunday evening. ABC 17 stormtrack teams tracked storm damage to Purdin, Missouri, in Linn County at Missouri Energy Propane.

Debris was scattered across leafless, broken trees. Tree limbs and roof shingles littered the ground where a structure once stood. Now completely on its side, the structure was ripped from its frame by strong winds.

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