Strong storms possible Tuesday evening, night

Posted April 04, 2018

But a cold front is expected to move across eastern Missouri and IL on Tuesday afternoon, bringing a risk for thunderstorms that could be severe in southeast Missouri and southern IL.

We'll have to watch storms on Tuesday for a hail, wind and tornado threat. The primary threat is damaging straight-line winds.

Storm chances rise tonight as a cold front moves in from the northwest. The warmth will be short lived though as a cold front barrels in from the west with a skinny line of storms by midday.

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Rain is likely Wednesday morning, with thunderstorms possible. A strengthening low-level jet from the south along with a developing area of low pressure to our west will bring widespread rain across southeastern MI.

Mostly dry through the day, with highs in the low 80s.

Windy and cold with morning snow showers on Wednesday.

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Heavy rain flooded portions of Fayette County Tuesday, forcing county crews to warn drivers of high water areas with signs around the community.

Remember the worst places to be during severe weather are in a vehicle or a mobile home. We will see the return of cool mornings on Thursday.

On Tuesday, Tuesday night, & Wednesday, severe weather possible in the (dark green yellow, and orange) highlighted areas on this map. We have a wintry mix of showers in the forecast.

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Nussbaum says high temperatures will only be in the upper 60s.