Severe weather could pop up tonight into tomorrow for southwest Missouri, according to the National Weather Service:
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF THE MISSOURIAfter Monday night/Tuesday night's storm is through, another severe weather event is possible for the mid to late week, too, which is going to cause some flooding issues:
OZARKS AND EXTREME SOUTHEAST KANSAS.
.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.
WEATHER HAZARDS EXPECTED:
GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL...
THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 60 MPH...
AREAS AFFECTED AND TIMING:
SOUTHWEST MISSOURI AND SOUTHEAST KANSAS WEST OF A LINE FROM
CASSVILLE TO OSCEOLA MISSOURI AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS WILL SPREAD EAST THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING HOURS
AS THE LOW MOVES INTO SOUTHWEST MISSOURI
ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ISSt. Louis has the potential for severe weather and flooding as mentioned from the Springfield NWS office. Timing will be Tuesday into Tuesday night and Thursday into Thursday night.
EXPECTED WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY AS A WARM FRONT STALLS
NEAR THE MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS STATE LINE. IN ADDITION...VERY
HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED AS DEEP GULF MOISTURE INTERACTS WITH
THE WARM FRONT. CURRENT MODEL FORECASTS SUGGEST THAT WIDESPREAD
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE SOUTH OF
INTERSTATE 44 WITH ISOLATED AMOUNTS OVER 5 INCHES POSSIBLE FROM
WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING.
Also something to note in terms of flooding is that some areas up north in the Dakotas and into Minnesota saw snow -- 10 inches in some areas. Watch out for the major rivers when everything starts to melt up north. Yipe!