Heavy rain is expected through Wednesday night as a cold front pulls through starting Monday afternoon.
A cold front will bring a stormy start to the work week ahead.
Saturday night will be a wonderful evening to spend outside for the 4th of July.
Temperatures warm with only spot storms possible late Sunday.
Isolated storms possible Friday through Sunday with plenty of dry time.
The National Weather Service in Springfield has confirmed an EF-1 tornado touched down in Benton County Wednesday night.
Severe storms are possible late Wednesday afternoon into the overnight hours, bringing the possibility of damaging winds, large hail, isolated tornadoes, and flash flooding.
Heavy rain could lead to flash flooding through Wednesday as strong to severe storms move in.
Heavy rain is likely late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as a cold front drops south. Another round of storms is expected to develop Wednesday afternoon into the evening, which could pose a severe threat.
If you went outside at all on Tuesday morning or afternoon, you may have noticed a hazy sky, and orange glow from the sun through the early afternoon.
Storms bring strong wind, large hail and a tornado to Mid-Missouri Sunday.
Showers and thunderstorms could become strong or possibly severe Sunday afternoon and evening.
The weekend starts off dry and mild with a chance of storms returning Sunday.
Severe storms bring damaging wind and heavy rain.
Storms could bring strong wind, large hail and heavy rain Thursday evening & overnight.
Changes will be on the way for the end of the week as temperatures begin to cool by Friday.
A cold front will bring more storm chances, with a slight severe risk, late Monday night.
The heat and humidity this week will bring uncomfortable conditions across Mid-Missouri.
Spotty thunderstorms will bring a slight risk of severe weather Sunday afternoon and evening.
It will be hot and humid this weekend with a chance of severe storms late Saturday & Sunday.
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