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May 28, 2013MO |  By: Liggett

National Weather Service

After severe thunderstorms made their way through the area Monday night, you may not need to worry about watering your garden for a few days.

According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Jenni Laflan, some areas in the region were hit harder than others.

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Laflan says most of the damage was reported in Atchison County, Missouri.

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Laflan says she expects more storms later today.

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The Maryville Water Plant reported an inch and 4/7ths of rain overnight.