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Heavy Rainfall in South Texas; Below Average Temperatures for Much of the East

Heavy rainfall is expected in extreme southern Texas into Monday; a flash-flood watch is in effect. Temperatures from the Great Lakes to the southern Plains and through much of the eastern U.S. are expected to be below to well below average. Air stagnation concerns are likely across interior portions of the Northwest through Monday, as airflow and winds remain light. Read More >

Overview

Two lines of storms affected the Ozarks from the late evening of May 2nd into the overnight hours of May 3rd.  The first line affected mainly portions of west central into central Missouri, where a 1 inch hail report occurred in St. Clair county.  The second line of storms started moving into extreme southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri just before midnight with several damaging wind reports.  Just after 2 AM, a couple of brief spin up tornadoes affected northern Christian and southeast Greene counties.

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Tornado damage in northern Christian county
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