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Submitted: 4 PM Monday, Nov. 21 st, 2011 National Weather Service Springfield, Missouri www.weather.gov/springfield The following is a hazardous weather.

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1 Submitted: 4 PM Monday, Nov. 21 st, 2011 National Weather Service Springfield, Missouri The following is a hazardous weather briefing from the National Weather Service in Springfield, MO. issued at 4 PM on Monday, November 21st. This briefing should not be used beyond 6 AM Tuesday, November 22nd, or if local weather conditions become unrepresentative.

2  Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches along and south of I-44.  Excessive rainfall rates and increased flooding risk mainly south of I-44 tonight.  Flooding possible overnight into the Tuesday morning commute. Heavy Rain This Week

3 November Rainfall – Departure From Normal

4 Flash Flood Watch Flash Flood Watch Thru 6 AM Tuesday

5 Overall Setup Weather Map - Midnight Tonight

6 Overall Setup Weather Map - 6 AM Tuesday

7 Overall Setup Weather Map - Midday Tuesday

8 Forecast Rainfall Monday Night and Tuesday

9  NEVER drive a vehicle through water! 1-2 ft of water can be enough to make a vehicle buoyant (even a heavy pickup!)  Don’t attempt to wade through water, and don’t allow children to play in water. 6 inches of water can knock an adult off their feet  Be extremely cautious of low water crossings, especially at night. They are the Ozarks #1 weather killer! Flood Safety

10  Thanksgiving Sunny Sky Increasing southerly wind High Temperatures in the 60s  Friday Increasing Clouds Gusty southerly wind High temperatures in the 60s  Weekend Chance of rain Friday Night/Saturday Much cooler – Highs in 50s Saturday, 40s Sunday Outlook – Holiday Weekend

11 Hazardous Weather Briefing This concludes the hazardous weather briefing from the NWS in Springfield, Missouri. Weather conditions could change rapidly, so be sure to check back to our website, or tune into NOAA Weather Radio for the latest forecast information. In addition, be sure to stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio and local media for the latest watches, warnings and advisories from the National Weather Service. This concludes the hazardous weather briefing from the NWS in Springfield, Missouri. Weather conditions could change rapidly, so be sure to check back to our website, or tune into NOAA Weather Radio for the latest forecast information. In addition, be sure to stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio and local media for the latest watches, warnings and advisories from the National Weather Service.


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