Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS St. Louis, MO

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAINT LOUIS MO
335 AM CDT WED SEP 7 2016

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335 AM CDT WED SEP 7 2016

...Heavy rainfall could lead to flooding late Thursday into Friday...

A slow-moving cold front will approach the region from the
northwest tonight, sagging southward across the area through
Friday. This will lead to an increase of showers and thunderstorms
tonight through the end of the workweek. The heaviest rainfall is
expected late Thursday into Friday as moisture from Hurricane
Newton interacts with the front. Rainfall through Friday could
total between 2 and 4 inches across the area. Four inches of
rainfall in a short period of time could trigger life-threatening
flash flooding.

People late Thursday and Friday should remain alert to the
possibility of flooding, particularly in flood prone areas. Stay
informed of the latest National Weather Service statements and be
prepared to take protective action should any flooding
materialize.

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