Severe weather could impact the Ozarks on Sunday.
A Severe Weather Outlook is in effect for the following counties:
Bourbon, Crawford, Cherokee, Benton, Morgan, Miller, Maries, Vernon, St. Clair, Hickory, Camden, Pulaski, Phelps, Barton, Cedar, Polk, Dallas, Laclede, Texas, Dent, Jasper, Dade, Greene, Webster, Wright, Newton, Lawrence, Christian, Douglas, Howell, Shannon, McDonald, Barry, stone, Taney, Ozark, and Oregon.
This hazardous weather outlook has been issued for portions of the Missouri-Ozarks area and extreme southeast Kansas.
Non-thunderstorm winds will also gust to 30 mph along and west of I-49 during the afternoon.
A large band of organized thunderstorms will track west to east across the entire region today.
Large hail damaging winds and tornadoes will all be possible.
There is a higher risk for large hail and damaging wind gusts. The risk for tornadoes is limited at this time.
The main band of thunderstorms is expected to approach the I-49 corridor by midday. These storms will continue eastward into the Highway 65 and Highway 63 corridor through the afternoon and evening hours.
Storms will completely exit the eastern Ozarks around midnight or shortly after.
Anyone traveling or residing in extreme southeast Kansas and the Ozarks. Viewers should closely monitor weather conditions through the day.
If storms threaten your local area, take shelter.
Thunderstorms are expected to reform across eastern Ozarks Monday afternoon.
A few of these may reach severe limits over south central Missouri.
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