UPDATE: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been posted for Clark County, Missouri until 8:45 p.m. Saturday.

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There is a possibility of severe storms in Northeast Missouri and Western Illinois late Saturday, with a second round of storms possible Sunday evening.

The National Weather Services has issued a Tornado Watch for Clark, Knox, Lewis, Marion, Monroe, Ralls and Shelby counties in Missouri and Adams and Hancock counties in Illinois until 11 p.m. Saturday.

Forecasters say the primary threats from this system is damaging wind gusts exceeding 60 miles per hour and the chance of a tornado or two.

This band of storms is expected to hit the Hannibal/Quincy area around 10 p.m., moving quickly and out of the area by midnight.

Thunderstorms are also in the forecast Sunday evening, with the most severe storms expected in southeast Missouri.

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