Mon, 12 May 2014 12:42:18 GMT — It's another day with the potential for severe weather in Mid-Missouri. Storms tracked north of the area Monday morning leaving partly-mostly cloudy skies overhead. A cold front over Kansas will slide east this afternoon setting off showers and thunderstorms. The best time frame for this activity will be between around 2-5 PM, the peak heating hours of the day. Some of these storms could be severe with wind and hail as the biggest threats.The severe potential should come to an end as the front passes Monday night, but rain showers will still be possible overnight into Tuesday morning. After seeing highs in the 80s on Monday, temperatures will be much cooler the rest of the week in the 60s.Follow the KRCG 13 StormVision Weather Team for the latest updates.www.connectmidmissouri.com
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