File Photo courtesy of National Weather Service Springfield

Strong to Severe Storms Push Through Northern Ozarks, with Flooding Southwest of Springfield

Strong to severe thunderstorms moved through areas north of Springfield in the overnight hours of Monday morning.

The National Weather Service says several trees and limbs are down in Humansville.

South central Missouri could get some strong to severe thunderstorms Monday morning, but otherwise, the threat for severe weather is low.

Flooding is an issue for some areas south and west of Springfield, where a Flood Advisory is in effect for eastern Barry, southern Stone and western Taney Counties until 11:30 a.m. Monday.

One to two inches of rain fell in these areas overnight Monday morning, with minor flooding expected in the Branson, Forsyth, Hollister, Kirbyville and Blue Eye areas.

There will be cooler weather behind a cold front Monday, with temps dropping into and staying in the middle 60’s.

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