If you don't have an umbrella handy, might want to get one. The weather nerds are saying there's a real good chance it will rain hard on parts of Missouri and Illinois beginning Thursday night.

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The NOAA Storm Prediction Center also has much of Missouri including the Hannibal/Quincy area in a marginal risk for severe weather during this period, too.


Translation? They really have no idea exactly where it's gonna rain, but it's gonna rain somewhere a lot. Get the umbrella handy for that Friday morning drive to work in case.

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