...Wet Finish to Weekend... Wet weather chances will be spiking later today and tonight, as a Low pressure storm system approaches from the west. The Low will track along or in the vicinity of our southern border with Arkansas and Tennessee, offering the heaviest rainfall totals for adjacent parts of southeast Missouri and southern Kentucky, where 2 to 2.25 inches is forecast. 1 to 2 inches of rainfall is forecast from there, northward to a line extending from Perryville, Missouri to Owensboro, Kentucky, and then rainfall tapers off to less than an inch to the north of that line. Best rainfall chances will be later today and tonight, with the Low in its nearest proximity, and then rain chances gradually wind down by Monday night as the Low pressure storm system departs and moves away. While these storm total rainfall amounts, spread out over a 48 hour period through Monday night, should not cause any significant issues, smaller streams, creeks, and low lands and flood prone areas could fill or overspill where the heavier rains are forecast, particularly for far southeast Missouri and southern portions of western Kentucky. River forecasts may also see slower recessions in their forecasts, as this runoff precipitation impacts the broader basin over the next several days. Stay tuned to the latest forecasts and updates for this evolving rain system.
Current Condition: Light Rain
Wind Speeds: 11.69mph
Chance of Precipitation: 1%
Temperature: 66/51 Light rain in the morning. Tuesday:
Temperature: 66/50 Mostly cloudy until evening. Wednesday:
Temperature: 65/47 Mostly cloudy until evening. Thursday:
Temperature: 68/45 Rain starting in the evening. Friday: