A warm front will lift north through the afternoon. This will send warm, moist and unstable air into Mid-Missouri which will lead to thunderstorm formation. Storms are expected to develop in western Missouri between 2-3 p.m. and move east through early evening.

Supercells are expected to develop near the warm front which will pose a very large hail threat and a low risk of tornadoes from mid-afternoon into early evening. There is also the potential of strong, damaging winds. Widespread severe weather is not expected but a few storms could become severe.

The severe threat will decrease through the evening as we lose our daytime heating. If severe storms develop, you can track them with us on our Live Storm Tracking at abc17news.com and tune to ABC17 for the latest information which will crawl on the top of the screen.