Springfield, MO — It is the beginning of what will be a very soggy next several days. Our first round of rain and storms continues to move through the region. A severe t-storm watch is in effect until 10pm. The main threat will be hail as a warm front lifts to the north.
No surprise, with all of the rain expected a Flash Flood Watch is in effect as shown below.
Here is a look at the radar from 5:23pm tonight, as you can see a large shield of rain continues to move into the viewing area.
Rain will come to an end late tonight as the warm front pushes to the north, and setting the stage for severe storms tomorrow evening. Below is a look at the Day 2 severe weather risk. A slight risk for everyone.
A cold front will push into the area tomorrow evening, and storms will erupt along that front and storms will line up and pose a hail and damaging wind threat. If any individual supercells can develop out ahead of the front then a small window may exist for tornadoes.