Columbia, MO 65201


Overcast Feels like 70°
  • 5 mph S
  • 63%
  • 57°
  • 29.49 in
  • 6:18 AM
  • 7:56 PM


Partly Cloudy

  • 11 mph SSE
  • 10%
  • 7:56 PM
  • Tuesday

    83° / 62°
  • Wednesday

    65° / 43°
  • Thursday

    61° / 50°
  • Friday

    70° / 54°
  • Saturday

    65° / 52°
  • Sunday

    62° / 43°
Daily Forecast

Storms tonight and Wednesday, possible severe weather

TONIGHT:  Showers and t-storms will start to develop along and west of HWY 63 as early as 9 PM and would be spotty at first before a line of storms moves in from the west. This main line is expected to be near HWY 65 by 11 PM and shift to the east overnight. Severe storms are possible with the best chance west of HWY 63 with a lower threat farther east. Large hail and damaging wind are the main threats overnight. Low temperatures will drop to near 60 with a southerly breeze up to 10 mph.

WEDNESDAY: The slow moving cold front will move east through Wednesday, giving us a chance of storms from mid-morning through the late afternoon. The chance of severe storms increases in areas along and south of HWY 54 where storms with damaging wind, large hail or a tornado are possible. Rainfall amounts up to 3 inches from Tuesday night through Wednesday are possible along I-44 with lower amounts to 1.50" near I-70 and closer to a half inch north to HWY 36. Temperatures will slowly fall through the day as the cold front moves through from  west to east from the 60s into the 50s by evening as winds shift to the northwest.

 EXTENDED:  Showers will continue to move through Wednesday night, ending by early Thursday morning. It will be cooler and mainly dry Thursday with highs only near 60. Another round of rain is expected Thursday night into Friday morning with temperatures warming to near 70 Friday with a mainly dry afternoon. Rain increases late Friday night, with periods of rain and storms through Sunday with temperatures in the low-mid 60s. Rainfall amounts from Friday through Sunday will range from 1-4 inches with highest amounts near I-44. Flooding is possible and will need to be monitored as rain moves in. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.