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More Rain In The Forecast For An Already Waterlogged Ozarks

Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for East Central Stone County and Taney County until 6:00 p.m.

More thunderstorms will pop up across the Ozarks today as a weak cold front pushes through. The National Weather Service say a few severe cells will be possible.  The storms could bring frequent lightning and wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour. 

Another thing to watch out for is the heat index, which will reach above 95. 

Many creeks and streams remain flooded and dangerous today.

 

Tonight, we have a slight chance for more thunderstorms and a low around 67.

 

The chance for rain sticks around Friday with mostly cloudy skies.  High around 80.

 

The National Weather Service say many rounds of thunderstorms will be possible into the middle of next week, including the Fourth of July weekend. 

 

Independence Day, it will be partly sunny with a chance for more showers and thunderstorms.  High 82. The National Weather Service says not everyone will have to cancel their fireworks plans.  The storms will be scattered.

 

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