Issued at: 5:24 PM CDT on October 01, 2014, expires at: 10:00 PM CDT on October 01, 2014
- Tornado Watch 511 remains in effect until 1000 PM CDT for the following locations MO . Missouri counties included are Audrain Barton Bates Benton Boone Callaway Camden Cass Cedar Cole Cooper Crawford Dade Dallas Franklin Gasconade Henry Hickory Howard Jasper Johnson Laclede Lafayette Maries Miller Moniteau Montgomery Morgan Newton Osage Pettis Phelps Polk Pulaski St. Clair Saline Vernon Warren Washington
Flash Flood Watch:
Issued at: 1:12 PM CDT on October 1, 2014, expires at: 7:00 PM CDT on October 02, 2014
- ...Flash Flood Watch in effect from 7 PM CDT this evening through Thursday evening... The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a
- Flash Flood Watch for portions of southeast Kansas and Missouri...including the following areas...in southeast Kansas...Bourbon...Cherokee and Crawford. In Missouri... Barton...Benton...Camden...Cedar...Dade...Dallas...Hickory... Jasper...Laclede...Maries...Miller...Morgan...Phelps...Polk... Pulaski...St. Clair and Vernon.
- From 7 PM CDT this evening through Thursday evening
- one to five inches of rain are forecasted within the Flash Flood Watch area. Thunderstorms capable of producing excessive rainfall are expected to train across portions of southeast Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks tonight...with additional storms expected during the day Thursday.
- Flash flooding risks are increasing over portions of southeast Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks for tonight and through Thursday. Flooding in this region typically consists of small streams and creeks flooding low lying areas...including low water crossing and actual roadways. Anyone that have interests within the Osage...Little Osage...SAC...Marmaton...Pomme de Terre...and Niangua river basins...should monitor future warnings and statements tonight and Thursday...due to excessive rainfall. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued.