ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Missouri tornado 2014 warning today has been issued for sections of Grundy and Daviess counties after a Jamesport, Missouri tornado today March 27, 2014 was spotted. The system is moving fast. And officials are warning residents that Trenton and other areas could be impacted.
The Missouri tornado 2014 warning today was updated moments ago by officials. The National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill has issued a tornado warning until 4:15 PM CDT for “northeastern Daviess County in north central Missouri” and “northern Grundy County in north central Missouri”. The concern is a previous Jamesport, Missouri system.
In a news statement just after 3:46 PM local time today, the National Weather Service reports that a Jamesport, Missouri tornado was spotted Thursday. They indicate that “at 340 PM CDT a confirmed tornado briefly touched down north of Jamesport”. The system is moving fast. Reps tell news that it is currently being tracking “moving east northeast at 40 mph.” Several areas could be impacted. “Locations impacted include Trenton, Brimson and Tindall”, reps tell news.
The National Weather Service reports that “Weather spotters confirmed a brief tornado”. As a result the current hazards are “damaging tornado and Golf Ball size hail”. Moreover “flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs, windows and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely.”