*A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Mid-Missouri until Thursday morning*
TUESDAY: Morning showers exit as a warm front lifts north early in the day. We will watch this boundary closely for storm development after 12PM. A line of strong thunderstorms is expected to arrive after 3-5PM and last into late evening. Damaging winds, hail, and isolated tornadoes will all be possible, along with flash flooding.
TONIGHT: A line of storms will pull through mid-Missouri after 8 PM. As you head to bed expect heavy rain, thunder, and the potential for damaging winds. Showers will exit east after midnight tonight. Temperatures drop into the low 60s through the night.
EXTENDED: There will be a few lingering showers early Wednesday. As the cold front finally pushes east toward evening, another round of strong storms is possible, bringing a hail and wind threat to Mid-Missouri. Rain and storms diminish and exit southeast early on Thursday. We dry out briefly again for Friday before the potential for storm chances return into the weekend.
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