Flood Warning

Storms Produce Heavy Rain, Leading to Flooding in the Ozarks

Thunderstorms have produced heavy rain as they moved through the Ozarks Sunday afternoon.

A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. Sunday for western Hickory, northern Polk and southeastern St. Clair Counties.

The National Weather Service says between one to four inches of rain has fallen, and while the heavy rain has ended, runoff from the earlier rain will continue into the evening.

Between one and three inches of rain fell in southeastern Greene County Sunday afternoon, with a flood advisory in effect until 7 p.m. for Springfield, Battlefield, Strafford, Willard, Brookline, Galloway, Turners and Glidewell.

A separate flood advisory goes until 6 p.m. Sunday for northeastern Greene, northern Webster, and northwestern Wright Counties. Minor flooding is ongoing in areas from Fair Grove to Niangua, Marshfield, and Grovespring.

Niangua received 2.76 inches of rain.

Other flood advisories were issued Sunday afternoon for parts of Dallas, Hickory, Laclede, Camden, Barton and Dade Counties.

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