Remnants of Hurricane Beryl to bring heavy rain to eastern Missouri

Rainfall potential beryl July 9 - 2024
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The remnants of Hurricane Beryl are set to bring significant rainfall to eastern Missouri today.

The latest radar and forecast images indicate that several counties and cities will experience heavy rain and isolated to scattered thunderstorms throughout the day. The storms could be strong at times, with gusty winds and small hail possible.

Those southeast of a line from the communities of Troy, Hermann, and Steelville, Missouri could see potential rainfall exceeding two to three inches or more.

Affected Counties, Cities, and Rainfall Amounts
(Table represents estimates, see your NWS forecast for specific rainfall predictions in your area)

CountyCities/TownsPotential Rainfall Amounts (inches)
BuchananSt. Joseph0.1 – 0.25
ClintonPlattsburg0.1 – 0.25
DeKalbMaysville0.1 – 0.25
CaldwellKingston0.1 – 0.25
LivingstonChillicothe0.25 – 0.5
LinnBrookfield0.25 – 0.5
CharitonSalisbury0.25 – 0.5
CarrollCarrollton0.25 – 0.5
CooperBoonville0.25 – 0.5
SalineMarshall0.5 – 1
LafayetteLexington0.25 – 0.5
RayRichmond0.25 – 0.5
ClayLiberty0.25 – 0.5
JacksonKansas City0.1 – 0.25
CassHarrisonville0.1 – 0.25
St. CharlesSt. Charles0.5 – 1
St. LouisSt. Louis0.5 – 1
FranklinUnion0.5 – 1
JeffersonArnold0.5 – 1
St. FrancoisFarmington0.5 – 1
WashingtonPotosi0.5 – 1
CrawfordSteelville0.5 – 1
DentSalem0.5 – 1
ShannonEminence0.5 – 1
TexasHouston0.5 – 1

Expected Weather 

  • Today: Heavy rain from the remnants of Hurricane Beryl will affect eastern Missouri. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected, with the potential for some storms to be strong, bringing gusty winds and small hail.
  • Wednesday: Isolated to scattered storms will continue. Some storms could be strong, with gusty winds and small hail.
  • Weekend and Next Week: Hot and humid conditions will return, with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 90s. Heat index values are expected to range from 100 to 105, posing potential heat-related health risks.

Residents in the affected areas should stay alert for weather updates and take necessary precautions to stay safe. The National Weather Service advises monitoring local weather forecasts and being prepared for potential severe weather conditions.

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