ST. LOUIS — The weather has been kind to the St. Louis area recently, but that is going to change in the late night hours heading into Monday morning.
A strong storm system will lead to a line of thunderstorms developing during the evening across Kansas and Oklahoma. Those storms will push east into our region during the overnight hours into early Monday.
The line of storms will most likely be moving through the St. Louis metro area during the first part of the early morning rush hour.
The line of storms with heavy rain and gusty winds will move into the 5 On Your Side viewing area between 3 a.m. and 8 a.m.The line of strong storms will shift farther east during the morning.
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Isolated severe storms are possible as this system swings through. The main concerns for the St. Louis area are strong wind gusts. Farther south and southwest, isolated tornadoes could develop along the line of storms.
As the morning rain ends, strong winds will pick up. Breezy conditions will continue through Tuesday.
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