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Severe Storms And Flooding Possible Tonight And Thursday

Much Cooler This Weekend!
Read More Details On The Threat Of Severe Storms and Flooding Tonight And Thursday

A Tornado Watch is in effect for areas roughly north of I-44 until 10 pm tonight.

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for areas roughly north of I-44 starting Wednesday evening and lasting through Thursday evening.

The main threat for severe weather this evening and overnight is in areas west, northwest and north of Springfield.  Hail to golf ball size, winds over 60 mph and perhaps an isolated tornado will be possible in these area.  Folks in this area should also watch out for the possiblity of heavy rains leading to flash flooding.

Better rain and storm chances are on tap for Thursday.  There is a chance for some severe storms on Thursday as the cool front advances through the area.

Cooler air will be around for Friday and and first weekend of October.  In fact, lows will drop into the upper thirties by Saturday morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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