The Wal-Mart on West Broadway in Columbia was re-opened Wednesday night after being evacuated due to reports of a bomb threat.
Storm chances increase through early Saturday with a marginal severe threat.
T-storms become likely Friday into early Saturday as a cold front moves through.
ABC 17 News confirmed there is storm damage in Clifton Hill after strong storms moved through Randolph County at around 3:00 p.m. Sunday.
Rain chances return Monday night through next weekend.
Severe thunderstorms are possible Sunday afternoon into the evening, with damaging winds, flash flooding, and isolated tornadoes possible.
Showers and t-storms will bring a heavy rain and severe storm threat Sunday.
Storms will bring the possibility of heavy rain and could be strong or severe.
Showers & t-storms are likely Sunday and Monday.
Rain moves over Mid-Missouri early Wednesday.
You will need the umbrella and jacket for Wednesday.
Temperatures will cool down Monday night behind a cold front, with rain chances returning Wednesday.
Rain is likely early Thursday morning with a chance of late-day storms.
A warm front will lift across Mid-Missouri, bringing rain & warmer weather.
Rain chances return from Wednesday night through the weekend.
Dry conditions and sunshine will return to start off our work week.
A weather system west of Missouri will rotate in multiple waves of showers and thunderstorms through the end of the weekend.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday and Sunday, with a slight risk of strong to severe storms on Sunday.
Periods of storms through Sunday will bring heavy rain and a threat of severe weather to Mid-Missouri.
Temperatures stay warm with increasing rain chances.
Isolated strong to severe storms are possible along and north of a stationary boundary Monday night. Hail & damaging winds are the main threats.
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