Another complex of thunderstorms rolled through southern Mid-Missouri Wednesday morning. Rain amounts from two to more than six inches fell between midnight and 7 a.m. Areas mainly along and south of HWY 50 received the heaviest rain.
The heavy rain has caused some roads in Miller, Maries, Pulaski and Phelps counties to become flooded. Dangerous flooding caused evacuations in parts of the town of Newburg, which is near Rolla in Phelps County.
Additional showers and t-storms will be possible Thursday and Friday.