TONIGHT: The marginal risk for severe storms across Mid-Missouri will be ongoing as we head through the night as storms are expected to linger. Most of the storms will be gone by 10 PM, but a few storms could linger through the night. As we head beyond midnight the risk for severe storms diminishes as we greatly lose daytime heating. Any storms we see go severe have the chance for quarter size hail and damaging winds. Overnight lows will be in the mid 50s, with winds out of the southwest under 8 mph.
WEDNESDAY: By the morning hours, we may see some patchy fog thanks in part to light winds under 5 mph. Some sunshine is expected for the beginning of Wednesday, but a chance for storms develops after 12PM south of I-70 and west of US 63. A Marginal Risk for damaging winds and large hail exists for only Pettis and Benton counties.
EXTENDED: There is a storm chance each day through the weekend. As Thursday approaches, a warm front will lift into the area giving us a chance for showers and thunderstorms. This will also bring the highs into the 80s by the later part of the week. More upper level disturbances are expected to move into the area giving Mid-Missouri the chance for rain and storms into the weekend. Watch ABC17 News for the updated track of Saturday’s storms and latest threats and look for updates here and on ABC17 Stormtrack Twitter.