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Warm and stormy evening across Mid-Missouri

TONIGHT: It will be a stormy evening across Mid-Missouri as a cold front pulls to the southeast through the night. A slight risk of severe weather is expected for areas along and west of Hwy 63 through the night, as the frontal boundary and associated storms track across the region. Storms are expected to approach Hwy 65 between 7-9 PM, bringing with a chance for damaging winds, large hail, with a small chance for a tornado. As the storms march to the east they will decrease in intensity, with the line approaching Hwy 63 (Columbia and Jefferson City) between 10-12 AM. While the severe threat will have decreased as it tracks to the east, there is a decent chance we could see some damaging winds as the line pulls through the area. Any severe threat we see will be gone as we approach midnight, with gusty and stormy conditions expected through the night. As the storms pull through Mid-Missouri there’s a chance we could see some localized flooding, with many places seeing up to 2 inches of rain. The heaviest amounts will be along and west of Hwy 63, associated with the greatest severe threat. Temperatures through the night will bottom out in the 50s, with tomorrow high occurring at midnight.

SUNDAY: Lingering showers and storms are possible along and south of Hwy 50 through the afternoon hours tomorrow. As the showers decrease, clouds will be slow to decrease. Mostly cloudy skies will be prominent tomorrow, with some sunshine by the evening hours. Afternoon temperatures will hover in the 50s tomorrow, with the coldest temperatures off to the northwest. Winds will be out of the northwest up to 15 mph, with cooler and drier air to follow.

EXTENDED: Overnight low Sunday return back into the 40s, feeling more seasonable for the evening hours. The work week will start with seasonal temperatures as we climb to near 70 Monday but another cold front brings cooler air in for Tuesday with high temperature only reaching the upper 50s, dropping into the upper 30s to near 40 on Tuesday night. Wednesday will feel like fall as high temperatures only reach the upper 50s. After warming back in into the 60s Thursday, another cold front moves in Friday bringing our next better chance of rain and much cooler air, leaving us in the lower 50s Friday and down into the 30s Friday night with possible frost early next weekend. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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