St. Louis area under threat of rain, storms today

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by KMOV.com staff

KMOV.com

Posted on July 1, 2014 at 7:10 AM

(KMOV) – The St. Louis area will be under a threat of rain and storms on Tuesday with temperatures expected to be slightly lower than what we saw to start the week.

A slower moving cold front moved through the St. Louis metro area Tuesday morning, bringing with it some unexpected rain that will disappear as the system shrinks and falls apart.

A few more storms will pop-up near and south of St. Louis city Tuesday afternoon.

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“Odds for an afternoon storm are much better south, in areas like Farmington, Mo. to Sparta, Ill.,” But with this slower speed on our system, I can’t rule out a quick afternoon shower moving through St. Louis.”

Despite the slower moving frontal system, Templeton expects humidity to slowly fall, ushering in 60-degree temperatures Tuesday night.

 

Wednesday’s conditions will be unseasonably mild with an expected high of 77 degrees.

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