Severe Thunderstorm Watch:
Issued at: 7:03 PM CDT on September 01, 2014, expires at: 2:00 AM CDT on September 02, 2014
- Severe Thunderstorm Watch 487 remains in effect until 200 am CDT MO . Missouri counties included are Audrain Barry Barton Bates Benton Boone Callaway Camden Cass Cedar Christian Cole Cooper Crawford Dade Dallas Dent Franklin Gasconade Greene Henry Hickory Iron Jasper Jefferson Johnson Laclede Lawrence Lincoln McDonald Maries Miller Moniteau Montgomery Morgan Newton Osage Pettis Phelps Pike Polk Pulaski St. Charles St. Clair Ste. Genevieve St. Francois St. Louis stone Texas Vernon Warren Washington Webster Wright Missouri independent cities included are St. Louis city
Severe Thunderstorm Warning:
Issued at: 6:58 PM CDT on September 1, 2014, expires at: 7:30 PM CDT on September 01, 2014
- ...A Severe Thunderstorm Warning remains in effect for southern St. Clair and northern Cedar counties until 730 PM CDT... At 656 PM CDT...a severe thunderstorm was located 9 miles southeast of El Dorado Springs...and moving east at 35 mph. Hazard...Golf Ball size hail and 60 mph wind gusts. Source...radar indicated. Impact...people and animals outdoors will be injured. Expect hail damage to roofs...siding...windows and vehicles. Expect wind damage to roofs...siding and trees. Locations impacted include... Arnica...Caplinger Mills...Cedar Springs...Collins...El Dorado Springs...Filley...Olympia and Stockton. This warning also includes Stockton Lake. Precautionary/preparedness actions... For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect until 200 am CDT Tuesday morning for southeast Kansas and southern Missouri. Lat...Lon 3783 9362 3783 9363 3775 9363 3774 9361 3767 9361 3770 9403 3782 9406 3794 9398 3798 9362 time...Mot...loc 2358z 272deg 30kt 3781 9387 Hail...1.75in wind...60mph Schaumann
Flash Flood Watch:
Issued at: 2:18 PM CDT on September 1, 2014, expires at: 7:00 AM CDT on September 02, 2014
- ...Flash Flood Watch in effect from 7 PM CDT this evening through Tuesday morning... The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a
- Flash Flood Watch for portions of southeast Kansas and Missouri...including the following areas...in southeast Kansas...Bourbon...Cherokee and Crawford. In Missouri... Barry...Barton...Benton...Camden...Cedar...Christian...Dade... Dallas...Dent...Douglas...Greene...Hickory...Jasper... Laclede...Lawrence...Maries...McDonald...Miller...Morgan... Newton...Phelps...Polk...Pulaski...Shannon...St. Clair... stone...Texas...Vernon...Webster and Wright.
- From 7 PM CDT this evening through Tuesday morning
- an extended period of moderate to heavy rainfall is expected this evening and through the overnight hours. A very slow moving front is expected to move into the Ozarks late this evening and stall across the area. This will lead to the potential for periods of torrential rainfall and flash flooding. Rainfall amounts from 2 to 3 inches will be common overnight. Some locations may receive in excess of 4 inches.
- After the rainfall much of the region received from last night and earlier today...soils are becoming saturated. Most locations recorded from a half to one and a half inches of rainfall. This recent rainfall in combination with the expected rainfall tonight may lead to flash flooding on area low water crossings as well as creeks and streams. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued.