Storm Team 11 Weather: Scattered Showers Overnight And Into Tomorrow

Periods of heavy rain possible Sunday, with scattered showers throughout the day and highs in the mid to upper 70s.

In general, amounts should be under an inch, but some folks could get a quick inch or two if a heavier band of rain moves over the same location for a longer stretch of time. High: Low-mid 50s.

Another area of rain and isolated Thunderstorms is spreading back north into far Southeast Oklahoma.

Most of the shower and storm activity should clear up by noon on Monday. Flash flooding is possible where rainfall rates are high during storms this evening. "Notice the large area of rain covering our region.that rain could be heavy at times with the potential for 1" or more before all is said and done. Our morning will see temperatures in the low 50s, only warming to the upper 60s for your afternoon highs. It will be windy at times with gusts around 25 miles per hour.

A wintry mix or freezing rain is expected for northern Connecticut
Winter Weather Advisory A wintry mix or freezing rain is expected for northern Connecticut

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Low-mid 50s.

Rain chances stay elevated through Thursday morning before dropping off Thursday evening. Tomorrow will be cooler with a high of 55 degrees. Expect highs near 60 on Wednesday with lots of sun expected through Thursday.

Another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected again later tonight. As we look ahead to the afternoon we'll continue to deal with cloudy skies and lingering light to moderate showers. "Rain totals over the last week have been around 4 to 6" across the Ozarks.

  • Gwendolyn Kim