St. Louis, MO – Heaviest Rain Expected Tuesday into Tuesday Night


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St. Louis, MO – The St. Louis area is bracing for isolated marginally severe storms on Monday afternoon into the evening, following Sunday night’s storms in the Plains. The National Weather Service in St. Louis reports that these storms could bring large hail and wind damage, with the most significant activity expected Monday afternoon through the evening.

According to the National Weather Service, the heaviest rain this week is anticipated from Tuesday into Tuesday night. Despite multiple chances for showers and thunderstorms from Sunday through Wednesday, Tuesday night is expected to experience the most substantial rainfall. However, no all-day washouts are anticipated, allowing for intermittent periods of dry weather.

High temperatures are projected to remain consistently in the 80s throughout the week, with lows in the 60s. As the week progresses, the weather will transition to drier conditions with more consistent sunshine expected from Thursday to Friday. The latter half of the week will maintain highs in the 80s, while nighttime lows will range from the upper 50s to the 60s.


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