TONIGHT: The marginal severe risk has been pushed further south with no mid-Missouri counties in effect. There is still a chance of showers into the late evening with the majority of the activity remaining south of I-70 and after midnight. Temperatures will be dropping slightly cooler thanks to the passing cold front. Overnight lows are sitting in the lower 50s.
MONDAY: Another round of rain and thunderstorms will continue to move into Mid-Missouri early Monday morning with the bulk of these storms staying south of I-70 as these storms originate from the southwest. By the afternoon, we will see drier conditions with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will reach into the lower 70s.
EXTENDED: The chance for rain continues again on Tuesday afternoon through next weekend. Tuesday night into Wednesday a cold front will stall in northern portions of Missouri creating for a chance of showers mainly isolated to the north. Another wave will impact mid-Mo by Wednesday allowing for active weather until calmer conditions are expected Thursday afternoon. All of the rain chances combined each day next week could lead to rain amounts up to a total accumulation of 1″ to 4″. We will be tracking this in case of potential flooding and strong storms. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.