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More rain is expected over the next few days in the Ozarks. KSMU's Michele Skalicky talked with a National Weather Service meteorologist and has this report.
That's a familiar sound for people in the Ozarks, and more heavy rain is expected over the next few days. Kelsey Angle is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Springfield.
"Some showers and thunderstorms will be developing late tonight across the central Ozarks along a slow-moving cold front. We do expect several rounds of showers and thunderstorms from late tonight through early Saturday morning and, with that, widespread rainfall amounts of one to three inches."
Because the ground is still saturated from recent rains, flash flooding is a real possibility. A flash flood watch is in effect tomorrow evening into Saturday morning.
According to Angle, there's a slight chance for some isolated severe storms, but the main threat will be flooding.
He says the rain has the potential to dampen 4th of July plans.
"It's not going to rain all the time Thursday or Friday, however, there will be rounds of showers and thunderstorms. For Friday evening and for the 4th of July, we will continue to have chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some of the thunderstorms could produce some heavy rainfall. Perhaps there could be a couple of hours of a window break for some fireworks, however, there will be some scattered thunderstorms around."
The good news, he says, is that the rain should move out Saturday morning, and the rest of the holiday weekend will be dry. Expect mostly cloudy skies Saturday with a high of 84 and mostly sunny Sunday with a high of 88.