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As the weather is starting to look more like spring, we have a chance for some severe weather later today. Mike Griffin is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Springfield.
"We have a pretty strong storm system that's developing out in the Mountain West. It will be moving across the Central Plain states later tonight. It's a very dynamic system. It's going to bring the potential for severe weather late this evening and especially in the middle part of the night. Folks might not be very busy with the weather this evening, but after you go to bed tonight, things might be rocking and rolling across the Ozarks," Griffin says.
There are several threats with this system.
"We have a little bit of everything possible. With the atmospheric conditions coming together, we could see large hail, up to the size of quarters or golf balls, damaging wind gusts up to 60-65 mph, and there could be some discrete super cells that could produce a couple of isolated tornados across the Ozarks."
Griffin says it's a good idea to keep your weather radio handy tonight.
"I would advise you to check the batteries and make sure your weather radio is in working order. Put it on alert mode for tonight so that if there is a watch or warning in your area, it will alert you in the middle of the night."
After this storm systems clears out overnight, the Ozarks will experience some beautiful warm weather.
"Tomorrow will be a nice day. The front will clear through by sunrise. Thursday, we'll be back in the low 70's, a very spring-like day."
There's a chance of rain returning to the Ozarks on Friday.