St. Joseph, MO
During the early morning hours on June 2, a line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved through northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas. The thunderstorms prompted Severe Thunderstorm Warnings for the St. Joseph area and a peak wind gust of 58 mph was reported at Rosecrans Memorial Airport.
The winds caused damage across the area. In St. Joseph, a large tree fell on to a house on Indiana Avenue on the south side of town. To the north, a tree destroyed a car on Lincoln street after it fell on to it. Other trees and branches were damaged across town.
The storms also produced heavy rainfall. St. Joseph officially picked up 0.99 inches of rain, which is the most rain on a single day since October 21st.
Damage was reported in other areas, as well. With power outages across the region.
The storms exited the area by 7 AM on the 2nd.
- June 02 Severe Weather Event
- Severe Weather Hits Northwest Missouri
- May 28 Severe Weather Reports
- Severe Weather Brings Risk for Hail Damage
- Severe Weather Potential Next Few Days
- Severe Weather Threat Continues to Increase
- Moderate Risk for Severe Weather on Wednesday
- Viewer Submitted Photos of Wednesday's Severe Weather
- Another Round of Severe Weather for Thursday
- Getting prepared for severe weather season