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KQ2 Forecast: Warming up on Wednesday

The unsettled weather sticks around for much of the work week into the weekend. Temperatures will remain seasonable in the upper 70s to lower 80s, but every day from Wednesday to Saturday has a least a chance at seeing rain.

Posted: Jun 4, 2019 3:09 PM

A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are moving in to northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas this Tuesday morning. It's mostly heavy rain & lightning with this round. More storm chances are in the forecast for Tuesday into the evening hours as a strong cold front will be moving in from the north over the next 24 hours.

The unsettled weather sticks around for much of the work week into the weekend. Temperatures will remain seasonable in the upper 70s to lower 80s, but every day from Wednesday to Saturday has a least a chance at seeing rain. While not every day will be a washout, anymore rain in the area is not needed. We could see an additional 1-2 inches by Sunday morning. Things do appear to dry out by Sunday afternoon into Monday.

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Saint Joseph
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Moving into the weekend, we will be keeping an eye on the potential for flooding rain and strong thunderstorms. On Saturday, the rain might hold off until the afternoon but will be widespread late Saturday and into Sunday. This is when the heaviest rain should fall. Expect rainfall totals to be anywhere from 2-4 inches. This could bring area streams and rivers to flood stage so make sure you are watching out for that.
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