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TODAY: Light rainfall will continue for much of the day with afternoon temperatures topping the upper 40s, with a south wind under 10 mph. Rainfall amounts today look to be near or under .30". 

TONIGHT: A cold front will move in tonight between 8 and 10PM.  Light rainfall is likely up until this time, especially for areas north of I-70. As the cold front moves from west to east, there will be some clearing. Temperatures will be in the mid 30s Tuesday morning, with possible freezing temperatures for areas west of US 63.

EXTENDED: The upper level low centered across the Rockies, responsible for the unsettled weather pattern for a week, will begin to lift. Scattered clouds are expected Tuesday, while the upper low will begin to move east of Mid-Missouri by this time, resulting in high pressure building over the area midweek. Temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday morning will be the coldest in the mid to upper 20s due to clear skies and light winds. High pressure will remain with us from midweek through the upcoming weekend, resulting in highs in the upper 40s with more sunshine ending the work week.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

5 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

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