Saturday March, 25th
By Nick Stewart
The Storm Prediction Center has added slight tornado potential this afternoon, which goes along with my thinking for the past few days. With instability increasing due to sunshine and very cold temperatures aloft, one or two severe storms seems possible this afternoon.
Low chance, but something to keep in mind. Rain however is very likely.
TIMING: Afternoon past 2pm through evening.
IMPACTS: Large hail, gusty winds, very low chance for weak tornadoes.
LOCATION: Mainly south of US136 in northeast Missouri and west central Illinois.
Showers will continue into Sunday morning, but will clear by noon. Temperatures near 60.
Sunday night will remain dry early before showers move in late, around 1 a.m. Temperatures in the mid 40s.
Active week ahead with multiple disturbances and multiple chances for rain.
Today's Record Temperatures