TONIGHT: Rain and t-storms will increase through the evening and continue overnight. A few strong to severe storms are possible mainly south of I-70 with the main threats large hail and damaging wind. There is a very low chance of an isolated tornado south of HWY 50 toward the Truman Reservoir area. Rain amounts overnight through Wednesday morning look to range from 0.75″ to 2″. Winds from the northeast overnight will steadily increase with gusts up to 35 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Periods of rain will continue Wednesday morning through the afternoon with wet snow mixing in at times mainly north of I-70. It will be much cooler Wednesday with falling temperatures from the low 50s in the morning through the 40s during the day. We’ll have gusty northerly winds up to 40 mph with highest gusts north of I-70. Showers will taper off late in the day and end as temperatures fall to near 40 overnight.
EXTENDED: Thursday looks breezy, partly cloudy and cool with highs in the 50s. We’ll have a chilly night Thursday with lows dipping into the low to mid 30s. We’ll need to watch for possible frost late Thursday night into Friday morning. Warmer, drier weather moves in Friday through Sunday with high temperatures reaching near 70 Saturday and low to mid 70s Sunday with possible storms returning on Sunday night. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.