The remnants of Tropical Depression Gordon are expected to drop heavy rain across much of Missouri through the weekend, creating a risk of flooding and flash-flooding.
The storm could dump between 20-40 mm of rain on the region and surrounding areas Sunday and Monday.
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Saturday morning for part of North Texas.
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The tri-state should begin to dry out on Monday, although cloudy skies will remain for most of next week, according to the weather service's forecast. Flooding is possible along regional streams and creeks, as well as in roadways and low-lying areas.
Highs are forecast around 70 degrees Sunday afternoon.
The rain will start to slowly taper off Monday mid afternoon, but still scattered showers expected through Tuesday morning.
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Some light rain and patchy drizzle already showing up on the radar early, with off and on light rain chances expected throughout the day.
In addition to widespread heavier rainfall locally, excessive rain to our north has resulted in higher river levels. The Niagara Frontier should see totals ranging from half an inch to a little over an inch. With the clouds and wet weather, high temperatures will bak off into the 70s for Friday into the weekend.
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