ST. LOUIS — Memorial Day Weekend 2019 started on a warm note and will end on one, too.

St. Louis tied the previous 2012 record for May 24th with a balmy 92 degrees. On Memorial Day, temperatures will once again hit the 90 mark but will stay far from records. Just last year, St. Louis hit 96. 

A few isolated showers and storms will try to develop toward daybreak Monday. the best chance of rain will be along and north of the Missouri River and north of I-70 in Illinois. The rain chance is mainly during the morning.

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Tuesday night into Wednesday will be the next chance for more widespread showers and storms. There may be some strong to severe storms as well. We will fine tune this as we get closer.

The Storm Prediction Center has some parts of the state in an enhanced risk for severe weather. St. Louis is currently in a slight risk for severe storms for Tuesday.

severe weather risk outlook tuesday may 28
National Weather Service

Flooding continues on many of the area rivers as well. Very little overall change in the status at any one location.

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