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Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible this morning across the area. The main threat with the stronger storms will be large hail to the size of half dollars.
Hot and humid weather is expected today, with scattered strong to severe thunderstorms also possible. Highest heat index readings of 105 to 100 degrees expected this afternoon across far southern Missouri and portions of southeast Kansas, where a heat advisory is in effect. In addition, scattered strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible again today and tonight.
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