Storm complex dumped up to 6" of rainfall in the St. Louis area lastnight with considerable flash flooding reported. The MCV from that complex of storms is now over southern Indiana with storms southeast of Bloomington, Indiana to Nashville, Tennessee.
We are ok after highs of 85-91 today with heat indices 91-102.
Storms are possible later tonight to Monday near midday with risk of a couple/few isolated embedded severe storms as MCV in southern Wisconsin & another in eastern Iowa drops southeastward.
Locally-heavy rainfall is also possible.
Break should follow with a few showers/storms possible late in the day Monday with highs in the muggy 80s to lower 90s.
Remants of MCS or complex of storms may pass late Monday night-early Tuesday morning & the MCV may pop a couple new storms around midday before it departs. Isolated severe storms are possible.
Otherwise, it look like an humid 80s day with thinning clouds, then a few storms developing in the evening (as cumulus towers build) with approach of the surface cold front. An isolated severe storm is possible.
At this point, it looks like front may sink south of the area & it turn a bit cooler & less humid. Originally, it appeared that storm risk would be with us until Friday morning. At this juncture, it may depart by Wednesday morning, but we will monitor for changes.
I certainly looks to turn hot & humid next week!