STORM ALERT | Severe weather risk now lower for St. Louis Tuesday


TODAY | Mainly cloudy with scattered rain and t-storms, breezy.

From free air conditioning Monday to a free vehicle wash Tuesday. Another weak cold front moves through midweek with a better chance for some scattered showers and thundershowers Wednesday.

Everyone will be tucked in the warm sector of our system Wednesday, meaning it will feel like sauna-ish again soon.

Tuesday's forecast is for showers totalling 5 mm during the day and 10 to 15 mm overnight with the risk of a thunderstorm.

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Skies are sunny with increasing cloudiness early in the afternoon then 60 per cent chance of showers late in the afternoon.

Overnight we will see some showers and the wind is south at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 and temperatures fall to a low off 16°C. This action will be coming at us from southwest to northeast and is ahead of a strong cold front.

In the terms of severe weather, the Storm Prediction Center has placed us under a slight risk for damaging winds, larger hail and heavy rainfall with localized flooding. Times with sun and clouds will be accompanied by the refreshing lower 70s both days.