Following an evening of active severe weather, there have been numerous storm reports for parts of Mid-Missouri.
Through the evening we had the potential for all modes of severe weather, but our only threat we saw, was hail in most of the storms. Numerous reports came from a line of thunderstorms lifting out of the south, that had hail up to golf ball size as reported in Fulton.
While the bulk of the severe weather threat has decreased, thunderstorms with small hail and gusty winds are still possible overnight. We’ll see a break in activity before more potentially strong storms arrive through the day tomorrow, but it all depends on how fast the atmosphere can recover.
In addition to the numerous hail reports, there was also reports of localized flooding in Cole County. The intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Satinwood in Jefferson City was flooded at one point, after radar estimated rainfall totals neared 2 inches.
– Fulton – Golf ball size hail
– Mokane – Quarter size hail
– Camdenton – Quarter size hail
– Osage Beach – Pea size hail
– Sumner – Quarter size hail
– Jefferson City – Ping pong ball size hail
– Brinktown – Quarter size hail
– Monroe City – Quarter size hail
– Soutsville – Quarter size hail