Contact the National Weather Service 

We are currently implementing a new customer relations philosophy.  If you have a question or comment for the NWS St. Louis staff submit a question to the ‘Ask a Question’ link.  The proper personnel will be notified of your question, based on the category you selected during your inquiry.  You will receive a reply from one of our experts within a day or two.

If you would like to report a web page problem, a NOAA Weather Radio outage, or provide feedback regarding our web site, please click on one of the selections below:

Search Frequently Asked Questions - Answers to commonly asked questions.

Ask a Question - Direct a question to NWS St. Louis staff.

Report a Web Page Problem - Report problems with the NWS St. Louis web site or send a comment to the NWS St. Louis Staff.

Report a NOAA Weather Radio Outage - Report a problem with a weather radio transmitter.  Locate NOAA Weather Radio transmitters for your area.

Report Severe Weather - Report the occurrence of severe weather in central, east-central Missouri, west-central, or southwest Illinois.

Feedback - A web site satisfaction survey.



Other Useful Links

Past Weather

Certified Weather Information  Most states require records that are submitted as evidence in a court of law be authenticated in some way.  For more information on weather record certifications visit the NOAA National Climatic Data Center website.

Sunrise/Sunset Tables - Including other astronomical data.

Do you have weather related pictures you want to share with us?  We encourage you to send us pictures pertaining to significant weather events.  If you will allow us to post them, please give us your full name, the circumstances, time and place of the event pictured.  Please send them to the Webmaster.  Some of the pictures previously submitted can be seen on our Recent Events Page

Careers in the National Weather Service - Job opportunities are not handled locally, so please check out the National Weather Service's Careers in Weather page.  It will have information on colleges/universities that have meteorological programs, college student employment programs with the NWS, and jobs currently open with the National Weather Service. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.