This morning we were watching some strong storms in Missouri that could send an outflow boundary our way this afternoon instigating some t'storms that could be on the strong side. So keep an eye on the sky.
With highs today in the low 90s and dew points in the low to mid 70s, it will be quite sticky today.
A south and southwesterly breeze at 10-15 mph and the scattered t'storms will be the only "cooling" effect.
On Sunday afternoon and evening a front will approach from the northwest which could instigate some strong/severe storms. Damaging winds will be the biggest threat.
Storms will continue overnight Sunday through Monday morning.
Behind the front on Monday, highs will be a little "cooler" in the upper 80s.
However, the front will go stationary in our east and southeastern counties where rain chances will continue through much of the work week.
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