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Flooding likely, isolated severe storms possible in southern Mid-Missouri

Widespread heavy rain continues through Wednesday afternoon for much of Mid-Missouri as a strong low pressure system tracks east through the state.

An additional 1-3″ of rain is possible through the day, and a Flash Flood Watch continues for all of Mid-Missouri until 7:00 p.m.

There is a slight risk for strong to severe storms to develop near and south of a warm front this afternoon into the early evening along and south of I-44, including Phelps and Pulaski counties in Mid-Missouri.

There is an ample amount of wind shear in the lower levels of the atmosphere for storms to pose a damaging wind threat, and a few isolated tornadoes could develop in this risk area.

The severe weather and flooding threat will move east as this low pressure system moves out of the area tonight, leaving us dry for much of the evening and through most of Thursday.

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