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TONIGHT: It will be a mostly clear evening with dew points lowering, bringing comfortable conditions overnight as temperatures fall to the upper 50s north of I-70, and low 60s to areas south.  Winds will remain light under 8 mph out of the northeast.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies will greet everyone for the first part of the morning, but that will change by the afternoon.  An approaching upper level disturbance will bring some clouds through the afternoon.  All of Mid-Missouri should stay dry tomorrow, other than an outside chance of a spot storm towards the evening.  Expect another comfortable day, as highs top out at 84 degrees, with lows in the mid 60s.

EXTENDED:  At this time any rain is beneficial to the area and we look like we'll finally see some. The next measurable rain chance returns on Thursday. Storms look likely in the morning, while later in the day storms look to increase in coverage. Heavy rainfall looks likely by the end of the week with Friday's storms. Saturday and Sunday will bring storm chances each day, where heavy rain and localized flooding looks possible. The expected rainfall will be very beneficial to the region and it's possible we could see 2" - 4" through the upcoming weekend. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17stormtrack on Twitter.

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