(KMOV) -- Several Missouri counties in the News 4 viewing area have dealt with rain, strong winds and hail as a round of storms making its way to the St. Louis area.
According to News 4 Meteorologist Steve Templeton, the storms have calmed down and some isolated storms will continue tonight. These storms may contain small hail and heavy rain and another severe storm warning or two tonight is possible. However, we don't expect the large type of hail we had earlier this evening.
Flash flood warnings for Phelps, Crawford and Washington counties go until 10 to 11pm (but they may be extended deeper into the overnight hours) and we have a flash flood warning for Reynolds County until 3AM.
Templeton says you should also look out for flash flooding created by spurts of heavy rain.
Gusty winds also cannot be ruled out. Tornadoes, though, are unlikely.
It will be warm again tomorrow with a high of 82 (record is 86) and while it's a lower chance, we still may see isolated but heavy storms including some with hail.
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