Saturday, June 23 Forecast

Storm Threat Still Uncertain -- 

The forecast is still uncertain. The forecast all depends on how far north, how much fuel the storms use, and how strong storms remain in the morning hours. Morning storms will leave boundaries in their wake, uncertainty remains on where those boundaries will get laid out based on how far north initial storms make it in the morning. 

The strength of storms is also uncertain due to whether or not the atmosphere can recover from the storms and refuel our instability from the morning storms.

Because of these uncertainties that need to be hashed out after the morning hours, confidence in the severe weather threat is low. However, we still have a Slight Risk for the possibility of large hail and damaging winds. Stay weather aware through the day on Saturday!

Once this system moves out, so does the main severe weather threat and a few storms linger on Sunday with highs in the upper 80's. 

Isolated storms start to track north towards central Missouri on Monday with highs in the upper 80's as a ridge of high pressure builds to the southwest.

The hot and dry pattern will return into the Ozarks on Wednesday bringing heat and humidity yet again. Highs in the low to middle 90's with sunshine and humidity through the end of the work week.

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