(KMOV) – Parts of the News 4 viewing area will get more pop-up showers on Wednesday, adding to the already extremely damp conditions caused by Tuesday's storms.
The hardest hit area was in St. Charles County, where some roads were covered with 2 to 3 feet of water at the peak of the flooding. The 4Warn radars estimate 3 to 6 inches of rain fell in that area over a 3-hour period.
Wednesday's temperatures started off in the low 60s and are expected to reach the high 70s by the afternoon. That's when some parts of the News 4 viewing area will see more showers.
"Most rain will develop over the eastern half of our viewing area," said News 4 Meterologist Kent Ehrhardt.
No storms are expected.
Temperatures will drop into the 60s Wednesday night, which should be dry.
The forecast shows scattered showers and thunderstorms will again develop Thursday afternoon.
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