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KQ2 Forecast: Rain chances continue into Sunday

Many locations saw between 2-6 inches of rain Saturday and the rain will continue overnight before breaking up a bit after midnight. Lows tonight will be in the 60s. Watch out for water over roadways.

Posted: Jun 22, 2019 10:33 PM

**Flash Flood Watch for the entire KQ2 viewing area until 2:00 a.m. Monday.

Many locations saw between 2-6 inches of rain Saturday and the rain will continue overnight before breaking up a bit after midnight. Lows tonight will be in the 60s. Watch out for water over roadways.

For Sunday, thunderstorms are possible to start the day before becoming more scattered during the afternoon. There is the chance of these storms being on the strong-side with gusty winds and large hail. Additional rainfall could also lead to more flooding concerns. Highs Sunday will be in the lower 80s.

After the active weather from the past several days, conditions do quiet down next week. Low-end rain chances are in the forecast for almost every day but not expecting anything like what we have seen lately. Highs throughout the week will also be warm in the upper 80s and lower 90s.

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St. Joseph
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Clarinda
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St. Joseph
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Chillicothe/Agri
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A cold front is currently moving through our area this morning dropping temperatures into the lower 40s and upper 30s. Today will be a cool day with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s with increasing clouds. Temperatures will fall into the lower 30s tonight. We could see a few areas of light rain and drizzle this evening, but precipitation chances will start to increase overnight into tomorrow morning. With the sub freezing temperatures, precipitation will transition from light rain and drizzle in the evening to snow overnight into Tuesday morning. Snowfall will continue through the morning hours on Tuesday before transitioning to a rain/snow mix while it exits the area. Most areas will see around 1-3 inches. Accumulations will stay mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces, but expect slushy road conditions Tuesday morning. Conditions will slowly start to improve for the rest of the work week with sunshine returning and temperatures slowly warming. Rain chances will return for the end of the work week.
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