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SLIDESHOW: Morning storms move across the Tri-States

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Camp Point, Illinois – Dustin Griffin‎


Durham, Missouri – Bobby Lair


Versailles, Illinois – Karli Saxer‎


From Gary Hamilton


Hannibal – Dennison Collard


Hannibal – Sara Haynes


Hannibal -‎Jessica Heintz‎


Hannibal – Kristin Davis‎


Hannibal – Kristin Davis‎


Hannibal – Rachel McHatton‎


Hannibal -‎ Sarabeth Maddox Gorton‎


Hannibal -‎ Sarabeth Maddox Gorton‎


Near Palmyra – Robert Harper‎


Near Palmyra – Robert Harper‎


New London, Missouri – ‎Melanie Wasson‎


New Salem, Illinois – ‎Deea Ruble Vortman‎


HWY 61 to LaGrange – Kelsey Griffin


Outside Durham Missouri – Alison Rodhouse Whitmer‎


Palmyra – Amanda Kuder Hall‎


Palmyra – Amanda Kuder Hall‎


Palmyra Elementry – Robyn Lynn Cottrell‎


Quincy – Nicci Garner


Savertn, Missouri – Abbey Willing


Savertn, Missouri – Abbey Willing


Spalding Missouri – ‎Trent-Chaplin‎


Quincy – Robb Newlon


Versalies, Illinois – Karli Saxer‎


36th Payson Road ,Quincy – Greg Scott


Hannibal – James Totten


Hannibal – Natahn Perrigo


Lampe, Missouri – Steven Reddick II


Marian County – Mike Wolfmeyer


Pike Co, Illinois – Dania Ward


New London, Missouri – Kaylyn Evans


Coatsburg, Illinois – Nikki Scp Casey‎


Tiffany Tomlinson Frese

New London, Missouri – Cally Johnston

Center, Missouri – Adelynn Palmer

Viewer submitted photos of storms that moved through the Tri-States Tuesday morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WGEM Staff

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