TODAY: This afternoon temperatures are on the cooler side in the lower 50s. We’ll see temperatures continue to fall through the day, as cooler air steadily filters into Mid-Missouri. The severe threat has ended for the area, but a few isolated thunderstorms can’t be ruled out along Interstate 44. Through the remainder of the day, showers and storms will stick around with breaks here and there.
TONIGHT: Heavy rain likely as we head into the evening, as more moisture surges in from the southwest. This will bring the potential for rainfall amounts in the 1-2″ range along and south of I-70. Temperatures will fall into the lower 40s overnight, with winds out of the northwest under 12 mph.
EXTENDED: It will be cooler and mainly dry Thursday with highs only near 60. Another round of rain is expected Thursday night into Friday morning with temperatures warming to near 70 Friday with a mainly dry afternoon. Rain increases late Friday night, with periods of rain and storms through Sunday with temperatures in the low-mid 60s. There is a Marginal Risk for severe weather again on Friday night for those near I-70, and a slight Risk for those south of the Missouri River. Rainfall amounts from Friday through Sunday will range from 1-4 inches with highest amounts near I-44. Flooding is possible and will need to be monitored as rain moves in. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.