TONIGHT: A line of storms will move in after midnight and a few could be strong or severe with possible wind gusts to 60 mph and large hail. Low temperatures will stay in the mid 60s.
FRIDAY: Early morning storms end then we’ll be dry through early afternoon. High temperatures will reach near 80. Sct’d storms are possible by mid-afternoon and affect areas north of HWY 50 through the evening as they track to the northeast. Additional storms will moves in overnight, moving through all of Mid-Missouri with heavy rain likely in some of the storms. There is also a severe storm threat for possible damaging wind and large hail.
EXTENDED: Showers and storms will be ongoing Saturday morning, gradually shifting east through the afternoon and ending in our eastern counties near I-44 by 9 PM Saturday. Rainfall amounts of 1-3 inches total are possible from Thursday night through Saturday which could lead to local flooding. Highest rainfall amounts will be west of HWY 63. Highs will reach the mid to upper 70s Saturday. There is a Marginal Severe Threat for Saturday mainly east of HWY 63 for possible isolated storms with strong wind gusts and large hail. Newest data suggests we’ll dry out by Saturday evening leaving a pleasant end to the weekend with more sun, low humidity and highs in the low 70s Sunday. Next Monday looks dry and mild but storm chances return Tuesday. Please check for updates here and on ABC17 News.