A slow moving cold front will bring a chance of showers and t-storms to Mid-Missouri after midnight Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Since the storms will move in late, instability in the atmosphere will decrease overnight and the chance of severe storms will be very low. There is a marginal severe storm threat in our northwestern counties for the potential of an isolated severe storm with quarter size hail or strong wind gusts to 60 mph.
It will be wet in some areas for the morning commute Thursday as spotty showers and storms will continue to move to the southeast. This line will be near I-70 by 7 AM, pushing south of I-70 through the morning and to near I-44 by early afternoon. Any lingering storms in the afternoon near I-44 could strengthen. There is a marginal risk for severe storms near I-44 Thursday afternoon for the chance of large hail and damaging wind.