Why did tornado sirens not go off on time in St. Charles County? - KMOV.com

Why did tornado sirens not go off on time in St. Charles County?

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Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks
Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks
Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks Cleanup continued Monday in St. Charles County, where an EF-0 tornado damaged several homes and businesses, including a workout facility in St. Peters. By Brendan Marks

(KMOV.com) – St. Charles County authorities told News 4 tornado sirens were late in going off during a storm Saturday because the National Weather Service (NWS) told them severe weather was not expected Saturday afternoon. However, NWS told News 4 that was not the case. Sharon Reed has more.

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