Update: Severe weather damage, flood reports

UPDATED: February 28 at 9:55 a.m.

Severe weather hit the Tri-States hard Sunday.

We had hail up to the size of ping-pong balls.

There are reports of up-rooted trees in Hannibal, even crushing cars. Click here to read more.

Shelby County also got hit pretty hard. There are eye witness reports of downed power lines and grain bins.

With the amount of power loss, we've been told a shelter has been set up in Shelbina.

That shelter is at the Father Buhman Center off S. 4th Street.

Roads in Shelbina are flooded.


Current storm damage/ flooding in the Tri-States:


Adams: None

Brown: Little debris in roads

Cass: None

Hancock: None

McDonough: None

Morgan: Few trees down, but cleaned up.

Pike Co: Trees and power lines down in Pleasant Hill

Schuyler: Water on roads

Scott Co: None


Clark Co: None

Knox Co: None

Lewis Co: Water over roads, but back to normal, no damage reports

Marion Co: Water over gravel roads

Macon Co: None

Monroe Co:

The following roads are closed until further notice : the intersection at Route V and 390, the intersection of Route EE and 390 and Route A between DD and WW

Pike Co: Trees in roads

Ralls Co:

Shelby Co: Power lines, trees and fences down. Barns and grain bins scattered across fields.

Route DD south of Clarence (by Maude) is closed.