Sun, 13 Apr 2014 01:03:42 GMT — Big changes coming to Mid-Missouri weather: SATURDAY NIGHT: Skies will be mostly clear and temperatures will be mild. Lows will fall near the 60 degree mark. Thunderstorm chances will be on the low side â?? if there are any storms, they will be well north of I-70. A few of these could be on the strong side with small hail and gusty winds. SUNDAY: Sunday will be a day that you want to keep an eye to the sky and follow the StormVision Weather Team closely. Thunderstorms will likely develop in two waves Sunday afternoon. The first wave still looks like it could develop over central Missouri as a few strong pop-up thunderstorms, around 12-1 pm. These will have a threat of damaging wind, damaging wind and have a very isolated tornado threat. These storms look like the will move out and there will be a bit of a lull in the afternoon. A stronger line of storms will move through late afternoon (after 5 pm) and evening as a cold front marches through Missouri. These storms will have damaging winds and large hail with them as well. Rain will likely continue overnight Sunday and into Monday. Temperatures Monday will be much cooler than this weekend. Highs on Monday will be in the middle and upper 40s. Monday night, expect temperatures in the upper 20s/lower 30s The KRCG 13 StormVision Weather Team will continue to update the upcoming forecast and storm threat for Mid-Missouri. Check back here for updates on Sunday. We will be here all afternoon and evening Sunday to track the storms as they move into Mid-Missouri.
KRCG offers coverage of news, sports, weather and local events in the Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri area, including the communities of New Bloomfield, Shaw, Boonville, Ashland, Hallsville, Sturgeon, Centralia, Mexico, Auxvasse, Fulton, California, Tipton, Eldon, Wardsville, Westphalia and Sedalia, Missouri.