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Tracking strong to severe overnight storms

Tonight: An approaching cold front pulling in from the northwest will be a driving factor for tonight's overnight storms. Beginning after 9 pm, isolated storms will begin to form over much of Central Missouri with an increased risk of large hail and strong winds. These storms will continue to lose energy past midnight and become more widespread as the severe threat diminishes.

Tomorrow: Storms and showers will linger through the morning hours eventually pushing to the east in the early afternoon hours Monday. Temperatures will top out in the mid-'60s.

Extended: The risk for severe storms increases once again Tuesday night lasting through Wednesday night. The main focus will be Wednesday as there are more ingredients in ply for severe storms. Temperatures slightly fall following Wednesday nights storms with chances of rain appearing once again next weekend.

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Chance Gotsch

Chance Gotsch grew up just south of St. Louis and moved to Columbia to attend the University of Missouri to pursue a degree in Atmospheric Sciences.

His interest in weather begin as a child when he used to be afraid of storms. Years later, he purchased a weather forecasting book and weather station at his elementary Scholastic Book Fair. After reading into the hows and whys of atmospheric science, he quickly became interested and gained his new passion.

Chance joined the ABC17 Stormtrack Weather Team in February of 2021. He is currently the weekday Noon Meteorologist.

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