The National Weather Service says there’s a chance for severe storms with tornadoes south of Springfield tonight, while areas northwest of Springfield could get an ice storm.

Meteorologist Steve Lindenberg says the best chance for severe weather will be along and south of Highway 60.

“Probably after 9 or 10 tonight. And into the overnight hours, say 2 to 4 this morning, as well,” Lindenberg said.

Up to three inches of rain is possible through tomorrow afternoon for most people in those areas – along with some dense fog.

If you live northwest of Springfield, up to four tenths of an inch of freezing rain is possible tonight.