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Strong to severe storms possible Sunday night.


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The greatest likelihood for strong to severe thunderstorms across the outlook area will likely occur during the time period between
9 pm CDT Sunday through 530 am CDT Monday. Damaging winds and the potential for embedded tornadic circulations within a line of thunderstorms will be greatest for southeast Missouri and southwest Illinois during the late evening hours on Sunday. Isolated large hail cannot be ruled out in this area. Those is western Kentucky should pay attention to the weather Sunday night into Monday morning. 

 

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The severe weather threat has increased some for western Kentucky. 

Western Kentucky:

Thunderstorms are expected tonight ahead of a strong cold front. Strong to severe storms are possible across the entire region this evening and overnight, with the best potential for severe storms
in southeast Missouri, southern Illinois and far west Kentucky. Damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and large hail are all possible. Localized heavy rainfall could cause flooding of flood prone areas.

 

for areas east of I-65:

As a low pressure system moves across the Midwest this afternoon, winds will pick up over our region, with gusts of 25 to 35 mph expected.

Another more solid line of showers and storms will move into the region late tonight into early Monday morning. Some of these storms may be strong as they move through, with heavy rainfall, gusty winds,
and frequent cloud to ground lightning.

 

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