Why No Warning Before Tornado Touchdown

The National Weather Service says they missed the tornado in Clark County because there wasn’t enough information on their radar and not enough clear data to issue a tornado warning. Also because the storm moved so fast, weather spotters had difficuties as well. NWS confirmed yesterday that an EF2 Tornado touched down, causing significant damage to property in Clark County – including at the Missouri Department of Transportation’s facilities near Wayland. a meteorologist with NWS says they are studying this storm situation make sure something like this doesn’t happen again. There was also tornado damage in Randoph County. Two people were injured, and six properties, including four homes, were damaged in the storm. Two were destroyed.