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Tracking isolated storm chances and a hot Father’s Day

TONIGHT: I'm tracking isolated storm chances (20-30%) picking up in our western counties by 5-8 PM that will dissipate as the evening continues. The severe threat is very low, but if storms become strong, gusty winds and sub-severe hail stones are not out of the question. Temperatures will fall into the low 70s by the end of the night.

TOMORROW: I'm tracking a hot and humid Father's Day as plenty of sunshine will boost temperatures into the mid 90s by the afternoon hours and dewpoints will be in the upper 60s. This will present a heat index that nears and possibly breaks the 100 degree mark in much of central Missouri.

EXTENDED: I'm tracking heat settling in for all of next week as daily high temperatures will be in the low to mid 90s every day. Luckily, humidity will be low enough throughout next week that extreme heat index values are not expected. It will still be hot, meaning that heat related illnesses are possible if backup plans for cooling off are not taken into consideration. Daily isolated rain/storm chances (20-30%) are expected to pick up on Tuesday that stick around to the end of the week.

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