ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Hot and humid today with highs in the low 90°s and heat indices 105° to 110°. Clouds and sun with some spot storms this afternoon & early evening. Overnight should dry out…the mid 70°s.
For Tuesday, hot and humid again. Another complex of storms looks likely at some point but location and timing are questionable. These storms could be strong to severe. The National Weather Service says that damaging winds and large hail are the main threats associated with these storms, especially in Illinois.
We’ll keep the unsettled weather pattern around for much of the week. Wednesday a cold front brings rain chances and cooler temps for Thursday.
Severe thunderstorms are forecast for IL & E MO Tuesday morning & early afternoon. Damaging winds & large hail are the main threats associated with these storms, especially in IL. Stay up to date with the latest information as the forecast is refined. #mowx #ilwx #stlwx pic.twitter.com/GMRaPl72kr
— NWS St. Louis (@NWSStLouis) August 19, 2019
Today afternoon storms are possible, but fairly isolated in nature. Tomorrow has the better chance of storms. Full forecast? Join me on @FOX2now Fox2Now until 10 AM or go to https://t.co/g0vMJPS9b5! pic.twitter.com/QbT5ovAgAH
— Brigit Mahoney (@BrigitMahoneyTV) August 19, 2019
Heat Advisory starts at 1 pm ! pic.twitter.com/N88bughKWE
— John Fuller (@KPLR11Fuller) August 19, 2019