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All Modes of Severe Weather Possible Tonight: Noon Update

The 11:30 a.m. Convective Outlook has been released, and the severe area risk areas remain in place for much of the region. All modes of severe weather are possible Sunday night into early Monday morning, including damaging winds, large hail and maybe even a tornado or two.

A slight risk is in place for much of

Southwest Missouri (including the cities of Branson, Springfield and Joplin) and with this latest update, now stretches to parts of south central and southeast Missouri. Northeast Oklahoma (including Miami and

Tulsa), portions of Southeast Kansas and much of Arkansas are also included in the slight risk area.

The tornado risk as been slightly upgraded for parts of Southern Missouri from a 2% to a 5% risk.

The highest risk for wind, hail and tornadoes is still over portions of Northwest and Western Arkansas, Eastern and Southeast Oklahoma, and into Texas, where an enhanced severe risk has been placed.

We will be monitoring models and radar throughout the day...Keep checking in with us on Facebook and on for the latest

updates and possible warnings. The next severe weather outlook will be issued around 3:00pm.

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