A Weather Alert Day is in effect through Sunday morning as strong storms will bring the threat of severe weather to Mid-Missouri. Visit the Stormtrack Insider Blog for more.
THIS MORNING: Showers and storms are expected to stay sub-severe for the morning as the atmosphere recovers from activity overnight. Flooded roads are possible across the area today - if you come across water on the road, remember to turn around, don't drown.
TODAY: Another round of strong to severe storms is possible this afternoon and evening with a recharged environment in place. The higher severe threat will be south of I-70, with all threats on the table once again (wind, tornado, hail), although the main concerns will be wind (60-70 mph) and flash flooding. Storms will finally begin to die down after sundown.
TOMORROW: Low pressure moves in and spins right above Mid-MO, keeping lingering showers in the forecast. No severe storms are expected and rain is much more isolated throughout the day. Highs will be cooler on Sunday in the mid to upper 70s. Flash flooding could still be a concern as any showers will fall over already soaked ground.
EXTENDED: Rain lingers into Monday as this system is stubborn to move, keeping temperatures in the upper 70s. Tuesday is the best shot to get outdoors this week with sunnier skies and highs in the mid-80s. By Wednesday, we get a chance for more showers, and rain chances continue to build through the end of the week. Highs waver in the mid to upper 80s through next weekend.