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First Alert Forecast
***Heavy rainfall is expected this weekend and flash flooding will be possible***
A flash flood watch will be in effect from Friday night through Monday morning.
Last night’s rainfall has finally moved out and while pockets of drizzle may be possible, most are dry this morning. Skies will be overcast with temps in the lower 40s. West winds will create wind chills in the lower 30s.
Sunshine eventually works through the cloud cover today and by midday skies will become mostly sunny. Temps will begin to rise into the lower 60s with west winds gusting to 20 mph.
Winds will turn out form the east this evening with increasing clouds in the advance of another passing storm system. This system will help pull a warm front into northern Missouri. Rain will clear after sunrise on Friday with partly sunny skies throughout the day and temps rising into the upper 60s and lower 70s.
However, a passing cold front will merge with a stalled out airmass over the Ozarks Friday night. This will create a favorable environment from widespread heavy showers and a few thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. Rainfall could will be heavy at times and flash flooding will be possible throughout the weekend. Rainfall amounts will range from 1.00" in northern Missouri to 5.00+" in southern and southeastern Missouri. Temps this weekend will range from the 50s Saturday to the 60s Sunday.
Rainfall will exit by late Sunday leaving cloudy, chilly conditions for the first days of May. river and stream levels may be abnormally high with areal flooding lasting through Monday or Tuesday in flood prone areas. Temps will be in the 50s/60s.
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