|Radar image at 10:20am. Green square icons in and behind the line are damaging wind reports. Yellow boxes are Severe T'storm Warnings.|
|Severe Thunderstorm Watch in pink. A Flash Flood Watch is also in effect.|
|A Moderate Risk zone extends from the Ozarks to the Mid-South at mid-morning. This could be extended east by late morning.|
The estimated time of arrival for this complex of storms is between 2-4 pm in the metro with rain continuing for a few hours behind the line. The worst of the severe storms will hopefully be done by the time rush hour kicks into full gear, but expect wet streets, including residual ponding or minor flash flooding, and some traffic light failures due to power outages from high wind. If your car windows are rolled down at work, roll them up at lunch time. If you're attending the FESJC golf tournament, find suitable shelter WELL BEFORE the line arrives this afternoon. It will hit quickly and pack a significant punch when it gets here.
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