Although the rain will come to an end tonight, this doesn’t mean the threat of flooding diminishes. Low-lying roads, creeks, and rivers will continue to run high over the weekend. We say it time and time again, but if you come to water over a roadway, turn around don’t drown. Flash Flooding is the deadliest of all weather events, so it is something we need to take seriously.
The front that pushed through the Ozarks yesterday has become stalled in the southern part of our viewing area.
Drier weather will return in time for the weekend. Clouds may be a little slow to clear Saturday. Sunday looks a bit sunnier, but showers will return heading into Sunday night. Temperatures look pretty seasonable through the weekend, and a lot warmer than the previous two weekends.
Next week may unfold in a similar fashion with cool and quiet early week weather giving way to warmer, and then stormier weather later next week.