(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Wednesday, May 2.
First Alert Forecast
The First Alert Weather team is watching out for the threat of severe weather tonight and tomorrow.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says the primary threat is damaging winds but the threat of tornados is pretty low. We don't know much about the timing, but we could have storms moving into the Heartland tonight and before Thursday morning.
The threat could continue off and on until Friday night.
Heat and humidity will be the story today. There will be a little bit more of both in comparison to yesterday. We have another Lake Wind Advisory in effect and gusts could reach up to 30 mph. An isolated shower or two is possible.
The weekend still looks mainly dry. There is a chance for showers in southern parts of the Heartland on Saturday. There is another chance for rain on Sunday evening.
- Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop E Marine Officers responded to help Missouri State Park Rangers with a drowning Tuesday.
- Residents gathered in Kennett, Mo to voice opinions following hospital consolidation news.
- FLETC Riders will be honoring two law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty on Wednesday.
- With only 30 days left for the Illinois legislative session, budget talks are a top priority for lawmakers.
- Governor Greitens authorized the deployed of Missouri Army National Guard troops and resources to the U.S. border.
Trending web stories
An Indianapolis daycare has blamed a toddler after the one-year-old was apparently beaten.
MO Supreme Court ruled that a Sikeston man convicted of murder should be set free.
With at least a dozen sinkholes forming in a Florida subdivision, eight families have been evacuated.