Two more rounds of thunderstorms to go, all of this courtesy a slow-moving cold front that won’t clear the St. Louis region completely until late Saturday.
As we go through Friday evening, some showers will blossom to our northwest. Then after Midnight, a stronger line of storms is expected to move east. A few could be strong enough to produce some hail and heavy rain could lead to some areas of flooding. Prime time is 1am to 5am, west to east. Wake up temps near 60.
Mostly cloudy in the morning with an isolated shower possible, but we’ll watch for more strong storms to develop along the front Saturday mid to late afternoon. Once again, these storms could be capable of hail, heavy rain, and strong winds. The front should be pushing east of St. Louis, so these storms will be more likely along and east of the Mississippi River. Saturday’s highs will vary. Farther west, behind the front highs in the 60s. Ahead of the front, temps will push into the 70s.
We dry out into Sunday morning and skies begin to clear. Much cooler Sunday, highs in the 60s with some gusty winds. A nice day Monday with highs near 70. -Angela Hutti
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