TODAY: A cluster of storms will carry us through the morning hours, with most of the activity primarily affecting areas west of Hwy 63 through 12PM. There is a Marginal Risk west of US 63 where storms could produce 1″ in diameter hail and wind gusts up to 50 mph. Rain amounts of 0.01″ to 0.40″ is possible with highest amounts near HWY 65 near Sedalia and Marshall. It’s looking more dry by this afternoon with temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s.
TONIGHT: Look for a partly cloudy and mild evening with lows near 60-62. Winds will be light from the south/southeast under 5 mph.
EXTENDED: An upper level low looks to track south of Missouri Friday through Saturday. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible on Friday. The next cold front will arrive by Sunday morning. It looks dry during the day Saturday, with storms arriving by Saturday evening. At this time, there is not a risk for severe weather. Sunday morning we’ll need to watch for storms, but these look to impact those south of I-70 mainly. By Sunday afternoon and evening it’s looking dry for most locations. Starting next week, as a ridge builds in from the southwest we’ll finally see some dry days and slightly cooler temperatures. For additional weather updates follow us @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and like us on Facebook.