Spring showers not only bring May flowers, but they bring floods and tornado watches


Widespread severe thunderstorms ripped through southern and central Illinois on Monday, April 1, and Tuesday, April 2 as a strong early-Spring storm system develped and moved across the central and eastern U.S. It was declared that all hazards are likely to occur during the intense storm Monday and Tuesday. Powerful storm cells developed over Missouri and swiftly moved into Illinois with periods of showers and storms, ping-pong sized hail in some southern areas through Monday night on April 1. Macoupin County found itself in an extensive Tornado Watch Colder conditions with perhaps the threat...

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