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Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Rain from storms last night has produced anywhere from 3” to 6” of rainfall over parts of northern Missouri and flood warnings continue through the morning for water-covered roads.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely this morning over central Missouri and should clear by noon. This rain will lead to cooler temps across parts of central Missouri. rain-cooled areas will be in the mid 60s this morning, areas to the south are in the middle 70s.
By the afternoon,. skies will become partly to mostly sunny with warm and humid conditions returning. Temps this afternoon will climb back into the upper 80s with a heat index near 95.
Another wave of showers and thunderstorms will begin to develop over NW MO this evening and will move into central Missouri into the late evening. A few of these storms could be strong to severe with damaging winds as our main threat. These storms will clear out by Friday morning.
Another chance for storms will be possible Friday afternoon as a stalled front draped from west-east will begin to move south. This chance for storms may continue into the evening, but a stalled front moving south most storms should remain mainly south of I-44 throughout the weekend. Temps will be slightly cooler with highs in the middle 80s.
The previously mentioned front will begin to move north by Sunday and more storms are probable for central Missouri late Sunday through Tuesday afternoon.
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