(KFVS) - Be prepared for more rain on Monday evening.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says rain and cool temperatures will continue across the area.
Rainfall has been heavy at times and in many low-lying areas flooding is a concern.
The floodgates will be closed in Caruthersville on Thursday. The Cave-In-Rock ferry is likely to halt operations by mid-week due to flooding.
In Portageville, the city is offering sandbags to those who need them. The sandbags are not pre-filled. Those needing sandbags will need to fill them on their own.
Grant says there have been reports of some county roads with water over them. Remember, if you come to a road with water over it, turn around, don’t drown.
Temperatures will remain steady in the lower to middle 40s in most areas overnight.
On Tuesday, showers will come to an end and colder weather will move in. There will be a chance of some light snow briefly across our northern counties, but at this time no accumulations are expected.
Highs will be reached early with temperatures falling into the 30s throughout the day.
The First Alert Weather Team is tracking a system that could bring rain or snow to the area by the end of the week.