Keep the umbrella, KFVS weather app handy for First Alert Action Day

Keep the umbrella, KFVS weather app handy for First Alert Action Day

It is Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015.

A calm, warm Thursday morning will likely turn into a stormy night. You'll only need a light jacket or sweater as you head out the door, and grab the umbrella, because showers will move in this afternoon. Then batten down the hatches, and have your KFVS12 app has weather alerts turned on. Strong to severe storms will enter the Heartland around 10 p.m., and push through the area all night long into the early morning. The First Alert Weather team is watching the forecast for you. Click here to find out how you can stay connected.

Making Headlines:

Structure fire: Fire crews battled a fire at Bishop's Truck Service in Harrisburg, Ill. overnight. Firefighters were able to save a lot of the equipment but the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Under investigation: There are new suspicions that ISIS may have caused the crash of a Russian jetliner Saturday. The Russian plane was brought down in the Siani Peninsula killing all 224 on board.

Happy ending: Police say that a child reported missing from Alabama since 2002 has been located in Ohio.The boy's father was arrested and charged in Ohio in connection to the abduction.

Growing concern: Officials in Farmington, Mo. reported an increased number of apparent overdoses on synthetic marijuana this past week. Authorities were dispatched to four suspected overdose calls within a 24 hour time period between October 31 and November 1.

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