Rain and storms becoming likely, some severe.
Early storms, then partly cloudy
Low 80sDry much of the day. Severe storms possible by evening or tonight.
24-hour forecastSatellite & RadarFeels LikeAllergy IndexAlmanacRich moisture and warm temperatures will once again trigger rain and storms today, and some of them could be severe. Very heavy rain is also possible and flooding may result. A flash flood watch has been issued for most of the Ozarks because of this threat. Storms will exit the region tonight with a mostly dry day expected Tuesday. A strong upper low will be moving our way by late afternoon and evening, and a dry line will erupt with severe storms over Kansas and Oklahoma late Tuesday afternoon. A significant cap will be over the region to keep us dry until these storms arrive by late in the evening or at night. Shear will be strong so if storms maintain their strength as they move into the Ozarks severe weather, including tornadoes, will be likely . Wednesday will be wet at times as well before we dry out for the end of the week.