The threat is low for the next three days, but there is a Marginal Risk for parts of Mid-Missouri Tuesday through Thursday. This afternoon, mainly after 2PM there is the potential for storms that could produce wind up to 50 mph and hail up to 1″ in diameter. Areas west of US 63 will have the greatest chance for strong evening storms. Storms will end south of I-70 by 9PM tonight, leaving a dry night with clouds clearing.
Much of the day Wednesday will be dry. By Wednesday afternoon and evening, a warm front will be lifting. This could produce storms with large hail and 50 mph winds again. However, most, and a good chunk of the day we will be dry.
Thursday morning and afternoon will bring a chance for storms as a warm front lifts to the northeast. Storms look to end by 7PM on Thursday night, leaving a dry start to our Friday.
Friday morning will be dry, while an upper level low will be developing and bringing more clouds to Mid-Missouri. Storms look likely during the day and we’ll be posting anymore information we have regarding Friday and Saturday as it gets closer. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.