Storms to begin, end your Thursday

Posted June 30, 2017

The best chance for severe weather is north of the Kansas City area where severe storms could form Wednesday afternoon if the skies clear and temperatures heat up, according to the National Weather Service in Pleasant Hill. Not too surprising, given the high levels of instability and moderate wind shear that will be moving in.

A couple of storms may slide into northern Oklahoma late Thursday night and into early Friday morning.

Heading into Thursday Evening we have seen a decreased threat for severe weather as storms are expected to move through mid-Missouri this evening. Strong to severe storms are forecast to redevelop to our west and spread into our area this evening/overnight.

A few severe storms to impact southeast Colorado today.

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Some storms could become severe, bringing the threat of damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain and possibly even an isolated tornado.

Tonight storms continue all night with the highest risk of hail, wind, tornadoes before midnight with a flooding threat after midnight.

This weekend is turning out to be drier especially Sunday with the storm chance returning late Sunday (likely after sunset but will keep the storm chance in just in case storms develop late afternoon). Winds S 5-15, gusting around 20 miles per hour. Given the magnitude of buoyancy and supportive deep shear profiles, a continued hail and damaging wind threat will persist well after dark into southern Iowa, western IL, and northern Missouri.Eastern Wyoming/Colorado eastward into northern Kansas and southern Nebraska. Highs will be in the mid-upper 80s and slightly more humid on Sunday.