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10/21: Overnight Storm Chances

Southerly winds continue to send warm, moist air into Missouri Sunday night ahead of a surface low pressure area in Kansas. A narrow band of strong winds around 5000 ft. will develop by late evening as an upper level disturbance tracks across the state. This will cause t-storms to develop from 10 pm to midnight and track east through early morning Monday. Areas along and north of I-70 are most likely to be affected by the storms which will be spotty. Severe weather is not expected but occasional lightning, heavy downpours and small hail are possible. These will move out of the area by mid-morning Monday.

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