The severe thunderstorms that came through parts of the Ozarks left behind some damage with the second round that came through Monday night.

There were reports of several trees down and power outages in McDonald County.  Trees were also reported down around a house and on a vehicle in a driveway

In Niangua, there was reports of power being out at 11 p.m., along with 1.04 of rainfall in span of 20 minutes.

The National Weather Service in Springfield says the greatest risk for severe weather happen southeast of I-44.

Although storms will move through quickly, very heavy rainfall rates are possible that may lead to localized flash flooding