This Evening: 70s. Any spot showers fade with sunset. Warm and breezy. Mostly clear. Wind: West 10-15 mph.

Tonight: 66. Mostly clear and mild. Wind: Southwest 5-10 mph.

Tuesday: High 90. Mostly sunny and hot. Wind: Southwest 10-15 mph.

Storms are expected to develop across northern Missouri through the afternoon. These storms are currently expected to stay north of St. Louis.

We'll have to keep an eye on how these storms organize and move. Right now, it looks as though they weaken and fall apart as they drop south southeast.

However, at least one forecast model holds them together as a large line or cluster. The path of that line or cluster of storms could be southward through Columbia or southeastward into the St. Louis Metro area late Tuesday evening or night. Stay tuned for updates as these storms could have damaging winds or hail.

The severe risk map may change. Again, there is uncertainty if storms north will hold together as they try to push south into our area.

SPC Tue

Wednesday: Low 69/High 88. A few storms south of St. Louis during the afternoon to early evening.  

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