TODAY: It’s been a wet Thursday, as on and off showers and storms have been tracking through Mid-Missouri. This trend will continue to hold as we head through the afternoon hours into the early evening. The storms are occurring as an area of low pressure continues to track through Mid-Missouri, bringing with it temperatures on the mild side in the 60s. There is a marginal risk for severe weather east of Hwy 63, but the rain we are seeing is helping stabilize the environment. So not expecting any severe storms today, but there could be a strong one through the afternoon with hail up to pea size.
TONIGHT: Rain looks to still be ongoing north of I-70 this evening. There is a small chance for rain through midnight near the Missouri River. It will fall cooler tonight with lows dipping in the mid to low 40s overnight as winds becoming northwesterly this evening.
EXTENDED: It looks to be dry and cool Friday with more clouds in the morning, periodically thinning out by evening. Highs tomorrow should be in the mid 50s. The weekend will start off dry with high temperatures in the lower 60s Saturday. Late Saturday night after midnight, the rain chance increases. A few storms can’t be ruled out Sunday morning. The rain chance looks to taper off by Sunday afternoon and evening. Newest data is suggesting that Monday may go a little drier, with storms increasing by Tuesday afternoon and evening of next week. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.