Looking at the morning data, I would make two adjustments to the severe weather portion of this forecast. First, the possibility of isolated supercells across extreme southwest Missouri is higher than it was yesterday. This might increase the tornado probabilities a bit. One would want to watch radar trends between say 3 and 6 p.m.
Second, the overall timing of the eventual squall line looks earlier now (for Springfield). I’d put that now somewhere between 6 and 9 pm
Remember also that widespread rain totals of 2-3 inches will occur across all of southwest Missouri today and tonight and a Flash Flood Watch is in effect.