Good Afternoon! Many are still assessing damage and cleaning up from yesterday's storms.
Holly Brantley was in Parma, Mo. today as officials try to pick up the pieces after city hall and other town buildings were damaged. She also went to Sikeston to talk to someone who had a tree crash into their garage!
Christy Millweard is in Oak Ridge and Laura Wibbenmeyer is at Grassy, Mo. talking to folks that witnessed a lot of storm damage.
Arnold Wyrick talks to officials at the Good Samaritan House Homeless Shelter in Carbondale which suffered roof damage as did the new police headquarters.
Carly O'Keefe travels to Zeigler where many historic homes were damaged on Tuesday.
Notre Dame students are pitching in and helping to clean up damage to their school in Cape Girardeau.
Tyler Profilet was in Perryville talking with the school superintendent about the damage suffered by their school and community.
And what do you do now that there may be damage to your roof or property? Kathy Sweeney answers your questions, and tells you about the waiting game-- because contractors and adjustors are still busy from last weeks storms.
Bob Reeves says the weather tonight and tomorrow looks calm but we may be in for another round of storms on Friday evening.