TODAY: Patchy fog is possible this morning. 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. Another round of storms is expected by evening from 5PM-7PM near HWY 65. The strongest storms this evening could produce damaging wind gusts up to 50 mph and hail up to 1″ in diameter.
TONIGHT: Storms will be possible overnight for those south of I-70. Areas north look to remain mostly dry. Rain amounts will range from 0.01″ to 0.10″ along I-70 to up to 0.50″ near the Lake of the Ozarks. It will be mild with lows only dipping to 60.
EXTENDED: Thursday morning will bring another round of storms by 9AM-11AM near HWY 65 and possibly into Columbia by 11AM-12PM. This will all be in part due to a weakening complex system that will have developed west, weakening with time as it tracks east into Mid-Missouri tomorrow. An upper level low looks to track south of Missouri Friday through Saturday. This will bring an increase in cloudiness and storms ending the work week and for the first part of the weekend. For additional weather updates follow us @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and like us on Facebook.