Severe Storms with Quarter-Size Hail Expected West of I-35 in Western Missouri

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Kansas City, MO – Severe weather is expected to impact western Missouri starting tonight and continuing through midweek. Residents west of Interstate 35 should prepare for significant weather events, including strong winds and hail.

According to the US National Weather Service Kansas City, the first wave of storms may move from Kansas into Missouri late Sunday night into Monday morning. This initial system could bring wind gusts up to 60 mph and hail around the size of a quarter, posing a risk to property and outdoor activities. The most affected areas are expected to be west of I-35, including Kansas City and surrounding communities.

Additional storms are anticipated Monday afternoon, primarily east of Interstate 35. These storms may bring further severe weather, including strong winds and additional hail. The weather service warns that these conditions could continue into Tuesday evening, with another round of storms possible.

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