(KFVS) - Good morning, today is Monday, July 22.
We are tracking rain and storms this morning.
Lisa Michaels says they have been producing heavy rain in some areas causing flash flood warnings to be issued in portions of Southeast Missouri.
This will stay around during the morning hours so have the umbrella handy before heading outside. As this cold front continues to slowly move south into the mid-morning to early afternoon, we could see a stronger storm develop in portions of western Kentucky, western Tennessee, and southern areas in southeast Missouri.
The main threat will be strong winds and heavy rain. Breezy conditions with wind gusts as high as 20mph will be possible with this front passage.
A combination of the front and cloud cover will keep high temps in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Heading through the rest of the week it will feel quite different- lower dew points will me it won’t feel so humid!
Dry and sunny skies with stick around through the week. Temperatures in the low 80s in the beginning of this week turning into the upper 80s by the weekend.
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