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"Moms New Groove Classes" Offered at Cox

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New moms who feel overwhelmed can now find help through a series of classes and a support group offered at the CoxHealth Women's Center, which are unique to the Ozarks. KSMU's Michele Skalicky has more.

The Ozarks will get another soaking today. There's a 100% chance for rain. So far this month, 2.56 inches of rain has fallen in Springfield--normal is 1.36 inches. And Ryan Kardell, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Springfield, says the city is well ahead of normal in rainfall for the year so far...

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And the rain today will put us even further ahead of normal. Kardell says some areas could see several inches...

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As the rain continues to fall, flooding is a real possibility for areas that aren't already experiencing it. A flash flood warning continues until 10 this morning for Barton, Jasper, McDonald and Newton Counties. A flash flood watch is in effect until late tonight in Southwest and Central Missouri.