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Dry Start But Stormy End Expected for Mother’s Day

A frontal boundary currently draped over the mid section of Missouri will stall out tonight and eventually lift northward as a warm front during the day on Sunday. This will provide a decent set of for showers and thunderstorms to develop on Mother’s Day.

Sunday morning will start out dry and continue that way into the early afternoon hours. A weak upper level disturbance moving from west to east Sunday afternoon will result in showers for areas to the west of HWY 63 at around 5pm and eventually spread east towards the HWY 63 corridor, reaching areas near Columbia by 8-9pm. As the warm front lifts to the north, enough atmospheric instability will likely ignite thunderstorms after 5pm, with the best chance for thunderstorms located to the west of HWY 63. The threat for rain and storms will continue overnight.

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