A fall soaker is underway with a fairly steady rain continuing into late afternoon Tuesday. The rain won’t come with much thunder, but there could be a few rumbles to the south. Areas south of the state line could also see a few isolated storm-related wind gusts near sunrise.

The rain will become more wind driven by morning with gusty winds developing as the storm center moves across the Ozarks.

The flooding potential looks low and confined mainly to creeks and ditches. There could be some street flooding to thanks to the falling leaves plugging up drains. A general 1 to 3″ is expected from start to finish, but some spots will top 3″.

By Tuesday evening, the rain should be exiting to our east. We will clear out and with clear skies, our overnight temperatures will drop into the 30s. A cool and quiet spell will follow with another storm moving through the region this weekend.

Download the KOLR10 Weather App in the Apple Store

Download the KOLR10 Weather App on Google Play