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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Wednesday
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  • 80°
  • 62°

Thunderstorms, some may contain heavy rain

Thursday
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  • 75°
  • 62°

Mix of sun and clouds

Friday
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  • 78°
  • 63°

Mainly sunny

Saturday
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  • 81°
  • 65°

A few clouds

Sunday
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  • 83°
  • 69°

Partly cloudy

Monday
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  • 85°
  • 70°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Tuesday
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  • 84°
  • 70°

Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 80°(Feels like 83°)
  • Few Clouds
  • Wind: WSW @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 29.88 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:40:22 am
  • Sunset: 08:38:30 pm
  • Humidity: 69
  • Visibility: 7 mi.
  • UV Index: 3

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Wednesday
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  • 77°
  • 58°

Thunderstorms early

Thursday
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  • 74°
  • 57°

Mix of sun and clouds

Friday
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  • 78°
  • 59°

More sun than clouds

Saturday
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  • 81°
  • 61°

Plenty of sun

Sunday
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  • 83°
  • 67°

Mostly sunny

Monday
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  • 83°
  • 67°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Tuesday
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  • 78°
  • 63°

Scattered thunderstorms possible

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 75°(Feels like 75°)
  • Scattered Clouds
  • Wind: ENE @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 29.9 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:35:28 am
  • Sunset: 08:37:21 pm
  • Humidity: 78
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 3

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Wednesday
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  • 81°
  • 62°

Thunderstorms

Thursday
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  • 74°
  • 61°

Partly cloudy

Friday
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  • 78°
  • 62°

More sun than clouds

Saturday
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  • 81°
  • 65°

More sun than clouds

Sunday
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  • 83°
  • 69°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 83°
  • 70°

Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon

Tuesday
Tuesday's Forecast Image
  • 77°
  • 66°

Scattered thunderstorms

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 81°(Feels like 84°)
  • Scattered Clouds
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 29.88 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:38:51 am
  • Sunset: 08:35:02 pm
  • Humidity: 67
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Wednesday
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  • 80°
  • 61°

Heavy thunderstorms

Thursday
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  • 75°
  • 60°

Times of sun and clouds

Friday
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  • 80°
  • 61°

Mostly sunny

Saturday
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  • 83°
  • 65°

More sun than clouds

Sunday
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  • 85°
  • 69°

Mostly sunny

Monday
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  • 84°
  • 69°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Tuesday
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  • 78°
  • 66°

Scattered thunderstorms possible

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 81°(Feels like 83°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 29.87 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:41:18 am
  • Sunset: 08:37:58 pm
  • Humidity: 61
  • Visibility: 7 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

Regional Conditions

Quincy
80°
Macomb
75°
Pittsfield
81°
Hannibal
81°

Hannibal teen calls national competition 'life-changing experience'

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Hannah Bogue said she and other Distinguished Young Women competitors cried when judges announced Saturday they didn't win the national title, but it wasn't because they had lost. "We were crying because we realized it was over, and we were going to have to go back to our lives." Bogue said Sunday on a layover in Atlanta.
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Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

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A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said. More>>

Moberly teen injured in Monroe County accident

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A 16-year-old Moberly driver was injured at 11:15 p.m. Tuesday in a one-vehicle accident on Route A, five miles north of Holliday in Monroe County. More>>

Quincy man arrested after incident in Hannibal leads to two-state chase

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Hannibal police arrested a Quincy man on multiple charges after an incident at a Hannibal convenience store Tuesday led to a chase into Illinois.Duong Duy Tran, 41, is being held on suspicion of second-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon.The Hannibal Police Department reported officers were called to Abel's Quick Shop, 1201 Broadway, at 9:03 a.m. in reference to a male who allegedly threatened an employee with a weapon. The male left, and description of a vehicle with ... More>>

Former Clark County Clerk enters Alford plea, sentenced to two years probation

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A former Clark County clerk suspected of embezzling money from the office entered an Alford plea in Clark County Circuit Court Monday. Mary D. Jones, 63, was charged in June 2014 with two counts of felony stealing. By entering an Alford plea, Jones maintains her innocence but admits sufficient evidence exists to prove her guilt. More>>

Hannibal police arrest five on heroin charges; one charged with assault, resisting arrest

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Five people were arrested on heroin charges by Hannibal Police Department investigators last week. According to a Hannibal Police Department news release, the five who were arrested were charged with manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, a Class B felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison.  More>>

Paris man injured in one-vehicle crash

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A Paris man was seriously injured Sunday in a one-vehicle accident in rural Monroe County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Edwin D. Garcia, 33, was taken to University Hospital in Columbia after the crash, which happened at 8: 20 p.m. on Route Z five miles southwest of Santa Fe. Police said Garcia was driving a 2009 Ford F-150 south when it ran off the right side of a road and struck an embankment.
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  • 'It's a long-term thing': Bethel farmer with brain injury continues working with help from Missouri program

    'It's a long-term thing': Bethel farmer with brain injury continues working with help from Missouri program

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 9:52 AM EDT2015-07-01 13:52:29 GMT
    BETHEL, Mo. -- Chris Allen remembers coming to in a hallway at the Rusk Rehabilitation Center in Columbia in the midst of the medical staff's conversation. "They were talking about this poor guy who had a hemorrhagic...
    BETHEL, Mo. -- Chris Allen remembers coming to in a hallway at the Rusk Rehabilitation Center in Columbia in the midst of the medical staff's conversation. "They were talking about this poor guy who had a hemorrhagic...
  • Hannibal man injured in dirt bike accident

    Hannibal man injured in dirt bike accident

    Monday, June 29 2015 9:40 AM EDT2015-06-29 13:40:34 GMT
    A Hannibal man was injured Sunday night in a one-vehicle accident that police said was caused by the driver "operating in (a) careless and imprudent manner."
    A Hannibal man was injured Sunday night in a one-vehicle accident that police said was caused by the driver "operating in (a) careless and imprudent manner."
  • Shelbina man injured in motorcycle accident

    Shelbina man injured in motorcycle accident

    Monday, June 29 2015 9:22 AM EDT2015-06-29 13:22:23 GMT
    A Shelbina man was injured Sunday afternoon in an one-vehicle accident in Shelby County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Jack A. Parsons, 67, was driving a 2015 Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on Route A two miles south of Lentner when he ran off the right side of the road and overturned. Police said Parsons suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital by a Salt River Ambulance crew.
    A Shelbina man was injured Sunday afternoon in an one-vehicle accident in Shelby County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Jack A. Parsons, 67, was driving a 2015 Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on Route A two miles south of Lentner when he ran off the right side of the road and overturned. Police said Parsons suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital by a Salt River Ambulance crew.
  • Hannibal School Board adopts balanced budget, but state funds still a guess

    Hannibal School Board adopts balanced budget, but state funds still a guess

    Sunday, June 28 2015 1:46 AM EDT2015-06-28 05:46:33 GMT
    The Hannibal Board of Education has adopted a balanced preliminary budget for next year, but external pressures from the Missouri Legislature and other entities have made drafting a spending plan a guessing game. Board members unanimously accepted the budget at its June meeting. Revenues for Fiscal Year 2016 are projected to come in at $34.601 million, while expenses are expected to total $34.525 million.
    The Hannibal Board of Education has adopted a balanced preliminary budget for next year, but external pressures from the Missouri Legislature and other entities have made drafting a spending plan a guessing game. Board members unanimously accepted the budget at its June meeting. Revenues for Fiscal Year 2016 are projected to come in at $34.601 million, while expenses are expected to total $34.525 million.

  • Amateur radio enthusiasts ham it up this weekend

    Amateur radio enthusiasts ham it up this weekend

    Sunday, June 28 2015 1:21 AM EDT2015-06-28 05:21:05 GMT
    Cliff Ahrens said the timing was fitting for the American Radio Relay League's national Field Day exercises Saturday and Sunday. Amateur radio operators, known as "hams," across the U.S. and Canada spent the weekend setting up and running stations out of parks, cars and emergency operations centers to prepare themselves to communicate if all other systems crash in an emergency situation.
    Cliff Ahrens said the timing was fitting for the American Radio Relay League's national Field Day exercises Saturday and Sunday. Amateur radio operators, known as "hams," across the U.S. and Canada spent the weekend setting up and running stations out of parks, cars and emergency operations centers to prepare themselves to communicate if all other systems crash in an emergency situation.
  • Larger stage bringing in bigger acts for National Tom Sawyer Days

    Larger stage bringing in bigger acts for National Tom Sawyer Days

    Sunday, June 28 2015 1:19 AM EDT2015-06-28 05:19:04 GMT
    A larger concert stage is helping the Hannibal Jaycees draw bigger and better acts for National Tom Sawyer Days. Event co-chairman Chris Harsell said the civic group doubled the size of the stage at its Third Street complex in time for the 60th annual festival, which kicks off Wednesday night. A canopy also was added to shield performers from the elements.
    A larger concert stage is helping the Hannibal Jaycees draw bigger and better acts for National Tom Sawyer Days. Event co-chairman Chris Harsell said the civic group doubled the size of the stage at its Third Street complex in time for the 60th annual festival, which kicks off Wednesday night. A canopy also was added to shield performers from the elements.

  • Missouri man drowns at Wakonda State Park

    Missouri man drowns at Wakonda State Park

    Sunday, June 28 2015 12:43 AM EDT2015-06-28 04:43:37 GMT
    A family outing turned tragic Saturday at Wakonda State Park. 
    A family outing turned tragic Saturday at Wakonda State Park. 
  • Passenger taken to hospital after two-car crash

    Passenger taken to hospital after two-car crash

    Saturday, June 27 2015 1:47 AM EDT2015-06-27 05:47:15 GMT
    A two-vehicle crash at Mo. 27 and Route B sent a passenger in one of the vehicles to Community Hospital in Fort Madison, Iowa. 
    A two-vehicle crash at Mo. 27 and Route B sent a passenger in one of the vehicles to Community Hospital in Fort Madison, Iowa. 
  • Arrest made after high speed chase north of Clarksville

    Arrest made after high speed chase north of Clarksville

    Friday, June 26 2015 10:42 AM EDT2015-06-26 14:42:00 GMT
    A Moscow Mills resident is facing multiple charges after a Wednesday night high-speed chase north of Clarksville. The chase started at 6:44 p.m. Wednesday on Mo. 79 when a Pike County Sheriff's Department deputy met a southbound vehicle traveling about 77 mph. The deputy gave chase onto Pike County Road 219, where the vehicle attempted to ram the patrol car and then sped away.
    A Moscow Mills resident is facing multiple charges after a Wednesday night high-speed chase north of Clarksville. The chase started at 6:44 p.m. Wednesday on Mo. 79 when a Pike County Sheriff's Department deputy met a southbound vehicle traveling about 77 mph. The deputy gave chase onto Pike County Road 219, where the vehicle attempted to ram the patrol car and then sped away.
  • Several businesses doused by flash floods in Edina

    Several businesses doused by flash floods in Edina

    Friday, June 26 2015 10:28 AM EDT2015-06-26 14:28:14 GMT
    The city of Edina is looking for volunteers to help with the cleanup after a flash flood Thursday bulldozed its way into town and swamped more than a half-dozen businesses.  
    The city of Edina is looking for volunteers to help with the cleanup after a flash flood Thursday bulldozed its way into town and swamped more than a half-dozen businesses.  
  • Deep Green Machine hopes to promote culture of community in Rutledge

    Deep Green Machine hopes to promote culture of community in Rutledge

    Sunday, June 21 2015 12:43 AM EDT2015-06-21 04:43:41 GMT
    Frank Cicela has a difficult time doing anything on a small scale. His not-for-profit startup, Deep Green Machine, is evidence of that. Cicela launched the organization in Rutledge a few years ago to fulfill community needs and offer room for potential business to grow. With some nurturing by neighbors, the startup has also blossomed.
    Frank Cicela has a difficult time doing anything on a small scale. His not-for-profit startup, Deep Green Machine, is evidence of that. Cicela launched the organization in Rutledge a few years ago to fulfill community needs and offer room for potential business to grow. With some nurturing by neighbors, the startup has also blossomed.

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  • U.S. 61 closed again north of Troy; U.S. 54 east of Mexico also closed

    U.S. 61 closed again north of Troy; U.S. 54 east of Mexico also closed

    Friday, June 26 2015 10:03 AM EDT2015-06-26 14:03:31 GMT
    The Missouri Department of Transportation closed all lanes of U.S. 61 on Friday morning one mile north of Troy at the Cuivre River. "The highway closes when the river reaches 28 feet, and it is predicted to crest at 30 feet sometime today, so it is just a matter of time before we have to re-route traffic due to the closure," said Paula Gough, MoDOT District Engineer, in a press release Friday morning.
    The Missouri Department of Transportation closed all lanes of U.S. 61 on Friday morning one mile north of Troy at the Cuivre River. "The highway closes when the river reaches 28 feet, and it is predicted to crest at 30 feet sometime today, so it is just a matter of time before we have to re-route traffic due to the closure," said Paula Gough, MoDOT District Engineer, in a press release Friday morning.
  • Hannibal to close floodgates this afternoon

    Hannibal to close floodgates this afternoon

    Thursday, June 25 2015 12:34 PM EDT2015-06-25 16:34:37 GMT
    Heavy rainfall and a swelling river level will prompt emergency management officials to close Hannibal's floodgates Thursday afternoon. John Hark, Marion County emergency management director, said preparations are underway to close the gates at 1 p.m. The National Weather Service reported the Mississippi River is expected to reach 20.5 feet Friday and crest at 21.7 feet Monday.
    Heavy rainfall and a swelling river level will prompt emergency management officials to close Hannibal's floodgates Thursday afternoon. John Hark, Marion County emergency management director, said preparations are underway to close the gates at 1 p.m. The National Weather Service reported the Mississippi River is expected to reach 20.5 feet Friday and crest at 21.7 feet Monday.
  • Fowler driver injured in St. Charles County, Mo. accident

    Fowler driver injured in St. Charles County, Mo. accident

    Thursday, June 25 2015 8:44 AM EDT2015-06-25 12:44:11 GMT
    A Fowler, Ill. driver was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 7:35 p.m. Wednesday on Interstate 64, east of Interstate 70 in St. Charles County. Jake R. Reed, 25, of Fowler, was taken by St. Charles County EMS to St. Joseph Hospital West for treatment of minor injuries.
    A Fowler, Ill. driver was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 7:35 p.m. Wednesday on Interstate 64, east of Interstate 70 in St. Charles County. Jake R. Reed, 25, of Fowler, was taken by St. Charles County EMS to St. Joseph Hospital West for treatment of minor injuries.
  • Vandalia driver killed in Pike County, Mo. rollover

    Vandalia driver killed in Pike County, Mo. rollover

    Thursday, June 25 2015 8:39 AM EDT2015-06-25 12:39:38 GMT
    A Vandalia driver was killed when she was ejected in a rollover accident at 6:05 a.m. Wednesday in Pike County.
    A Vandalia driver was killed when she was ejected in a rollover accident at 6:05 a.m. Wednesday in Pike County.
  • Three injured in Clarence, Mo. accident

    Three injured in Clarence, Mo. accident

    Thursday, June 25 2015 8:37 AM EDT2015-06-25 12:37:26 GMT
    Three people were injured in a two-vehicle accident at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Mo. 151 and Hazel Street in Clarence.
    Three people were injured in a two-vehicle accident at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Mo. 151 and Hazel Street in Clarence.
  • Missouri legislators hope to grow state ports

    Missouri legislators hope to grow state ports

    Wednesday, June 24 2015 1:05 PM EDT2015-06-24 17:05:06 GMT
    Three Missouri legislators said Tuesday unity among the state's port authorities is necessary to expand and develop water systems in the Show-Me State. Members of the newly-formed House of Representative's Port Caucus addressed leaders from 10 Missouri port authorities at a meeting Tuesday in Canton.
    Three Missouri legislators said Tuesday unity among the state's port authorities is necessary to expand and develop water systems in the Show-Me State. Members of the newly-formed House of Representative's Port Caucus addressed leaders from 10 Missouri port authorities at a meeting Tuesday in Canton.
  • Hannibal Police investigating Clemens Field burglary

    Hannibal Police investigating Clemens Field burglary

    Tuesday, June 23 2015 7:20 PM EDT2015-06-23 23:20:18 GMT
    Police officers are investigating a burglary that occurred over Monday night at Clemens Field and are asking the public to share information about the crime. 
    Police officers are investigating a burglary that occurred over Monday night at Clemens Field and are asking the public to share information about the crime. 
  • Big BAM bicyclists trek through northern Missouri this week

    Big BAM bicyclists trek through northern Missouri this week

    Tuesday, June 23 2015 10:37 AM EDT2015-06-23 14:37:18 GMT
    More than 1,000 bicyclists will wrap up a five-day, music-filled tour across the northern part of Missouri in Canton on Friday. Missouri Life Magazine and Columbia, Mo.-based Off Track Events have developed the Big Bike Across Missouri tour, which kicked off in Rock Port Monday. Bikers will travel 300 miles and take in performances by 24 live bands along the way.
    More than 1,000 bicyclists will wrap up a five-day, music-filled tour across the northern part of Missouri in Canton on Friday. Missouri Life Magazine and Columbia, Mo.-based Off Track Events have developed the Big Bike Across Missouri tour, which kicked off in Rock Port Monday. Bikers will travel 300 miles and take in performances by 24 live bands along the way. Gretchen Fuhrman, Big BAM as...
  • Bridges carrying U.S. 61 traffic over Cuivre River close again: Mo. 79 not a reliable detour

    Bridges carrying U.S. 61 traffic over Cuivre River close again: Mo. 79 not a reliable detour

    Monday, June 22 2015 11:08 AM EDT2015-06-22 15:08:41 GMT
    Missouri transportation officials said Sunday north and southbound bridges carrying U.S. 61 over the Cuivre River north of Troy would remain closed until Monday afternoon.
    Missouri transportation officials said Sunday north and southbound bridges carrying U.S. 61 over the Cuivre River north of Troy would remain closed until Monday afternoon.
  • Hannibal man arrested, faces two drug charges

    Hannibal man arrested, faces two drug charges

    Monday, June 22 2015 11:04 AM EDT2015-06-22 15:04:38 GMT
    A Hannibal man is in jail after an arrest Saturday. The Hannibal Police Department reported that the Marion County Circuit Court has issued a warrant for Eric S. Pulsifer, 27, charging him with two counts of possession of a controlled substance. 
    A Hannibal man is in jail after an arrest Saturday. The Hannibal Police Department reported that the Marion County Circuit Court has issued a warrant for Eric S. Pulsifer, 27, charging him with two counts of possession of a controlled substance. 
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