It seems it’s either feast or famine when it comes to much needed rain. Labor Day weekend has been a wet one in many parts of the Show-Me State. The bulk of Missouri’s rain was in the Kansas city area, where flooding was experienced on the Kansas side of the border. The National Weather Service says St. Joseph saw 3-and-a-half inches of rain fall in a 24-hour period starting Saturday night. About 2 inches of rain fell in Andrew County, north of St. Joseph. The St. Louis area received so much rain – more than an inch of it before 6 o’clock last night – that it prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flood watch that was in effect in the area overnight. More rain is forecast in parts of Missouri today. It should clear up in time for the return to work tomorrow and we should start to see some cooler temperatures by then, as well.