Cloudy & foggy with rain showers possible
Mostly cloudy rain likely especially lateTUESDAYLow 50s
Rain and t-storms, clearing by afternoon
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Bucket of Rain Heading Our Way
A frontal boundary has stalled out along the Missouri/Arkansas border and brought lots of clouds, drizzle, and fog along with it this evening. The front is connected to a surface low pressure system that is currently centered in northeastern Oklahoma. As that low shifts northeast into the Ozarks, It will provide enough lift for more showers overnight tonight and on Monday. The real rain-maker will get here late Monday night when an upper level disturbance interacts with the aforementioned surface front. Monday night into early Tuesday, expect showers and thunderstorms mainly south of I-44 and anywhere from 2-4 inches of rainfall.
Watches and Advisories
As our surface temperature approaches our surface dewpoint, fog is likely to develop. The national weather service has issued a dense fog advisory for all counties in Missouri along and south of I-44. There is also a flood watch issued for all counties in the viewing area along and south of I-44. November has already provided us with above average rainfall amounts so with another 2-4 inches expected in a short amount of time, localized flash flooding is likely.