A teenager is in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after being shot in the stomach on Forest and Grand Avenue in Columbia Sunday.
A cold front over the weekend brought a cool down to start our work week.
The threat of severe storms has shifted to the east for Saturday.
Storms are possible Saturday as temperatures warm into the lower 70s south.
Severe threat for Friday night has shifted west but has expanded for Saturday in Mid-Missouri.
After a quiet Thursday, more active weather is possible as we push toward the end of the work week.
Frost is expected to develop as temperatures fall into the low to mid 30s.
Once the weekend rain has moved out high temperatures will be much more mild.
An upper level low will influence our weather through the rest of our weekend.
Best chance of rain moves in Saturday evening and overnight.
T-storms are likely this weekend with possible heavy rain.
Certainty and coverage are used to determine the probability of precipitation.
Periods of showers & t-storms are expected Friday through Sunday.
Never take shelter under a bridge or overpass during a tornado.
We'll have slight rain chances each day this week and into next weekend.
Showers and thunderstorms will move in Sunday, with higher storm chances Sunday evening.
Temperatures will remain mild Saturday and Sunday, with showers and thunderstorms possible by the end of the weekend.
Storms bring damaging wind to parts of Mid-Missouri Thursday afternoon.
A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of Mid-Missouri until 8 PM for storms developing ahead of a cold front.
This afternoon will bring the potential for strong to severe storms in parts of Mid-Missouri counties bringing large hail and damaging winds as the main threats.
Storms bring damaging winds and large hail to Mid-Missouri Wednesday afternoon.
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