ST. LOUIS – Flash flooding hit the St. Louis area early Thursday morning. The warning for St. Louis County extended until 11:45 a.m. Heavy isolated showers dropped inches of rain on portions of the area. This overwhelmed some creeks and storm drains.

The rain should taper off through the morning. Temperatures will be in the mid-80s with humidity still around. Heat indices will be in the 90s. Clouds also should decrease through the afternoon. Expect mostly clear skies and temps in the 70s overnight.

For Friday, there is a chance of mainly afternoon spotty storms as a front will still be stalled out overhead. Saturday looks dry with hotter temperatures.

24-hour rainfall reports from the National Weather Service:

  • Murphy – 7.92″
  • Saint Clair – 6.43″
  • Sunset Hills – 6.30″
  • Glendale – 5.54″
  • Sunset Hills – 5.50″
  • Oakland – 5.20″
  • Glendale – 5.12″
  • St. Louis – 4.65″
  • Mehlville – 3.96″
  • Washington – 3.90″
  • Hazelwood – 3.81″
  • Arnold – 3.80″
  • St. Charles – 3.45″
  • Ballwin – 3.20″
  • Chesterfield – 3.19″
  • Potosi – 3.13″
  • Maryland Heights – 2.95″
  • Jennings – 2.93″
  • Gray Summit – 2.85″
  • Cuba – 2.67″
  • Knob Lick – 2.60″
  • Farmington – 2.59″
  • Viburnum – 2.46″
  • Manchester – 2.42″
  • Dardenne Prairie – 2.32″
  • O’Fallon – 2.22″
  • St. Peters – 1.92″
  • De Soto – 1.84″
  • Weingarten – 1.65″
  • California – 1.62″
  • Rosebud – 1.48″