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Tracking multiple rounds of strong to severe storms

TONIGHT: An ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day starts at midnight for a line of strong to severe storms moving through central Missouri. Damaging winds are going to be the main concern, but a few tornadoes are also possible. To read more about the setup, impacts, and timing, go to our blog:

TOMORROW: The ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day will last throughout Sunday afternoon as more strong to severe storms are expected. The line of storms tonight will still be impacting our eastern and southeastern counties through Sunday morning before a brief period of dry weather. Redevelopment of storms is expected early Sunday afternoon, and all threats will be possible (hail 1"+, 60 mph winds, a few tornadoes). The round Saturday night (tonight) will determine the extent of impactful weather in the Sunday afternoon round. Read more in the ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day blog.

EXTENDED: Memorial Day is expected to be dry with cloud cover exiting, leading to a mostly sunny afternoon with temperatures in the upper 70s. Dry weather is anticipated to stick around throughout the rest of the week with high temperatures slowly approaching the low 80s. A weak rain chance returns by the weekend, but certainty is low (10-20%) on widespread coverage at this point.

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