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Increasing storm chances, severe threat

Southerly winds are sending warm, moist air into Missouri ahead of a cold front which will move through Friday evening. There are rain chances ahead of the front from Thursday morning through Friday night.

A few showers are possible Thursday morning north of I-70 but most of Mid-Missouri will stay dry Thursday as temperatures climb to near 90. The cold front will move into northwestern Missouri Thursday night and out ahead of it, storms are expected to develop in eastern Kansas and track to the east into Mid-Missouri through Friday morning. Some of these storms will have heavy rain.

Storms will become more spotty with more dry time in the early afternoon Friday before storms increase late in the afternoon ahead of the front in northwestern Missouri. A line of storms will move southeast through Mid-Missouri from 7 PM through 3 AM with pockets of heavy rain and a threat of isolated damaging wind and large hail.

Rainfall amounts are expected to be highest in northwestern Missouri where 2 inches of rain is possible. Storms will weaken as they move southeast Friday night with rainfall amounts of a tenth to half inch closer to I-44.

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