Light showers are possible during the day Thursday.
Cool, unsettled weather returns as we start November
We'll have clear skies to view the peak of the Orionid meteor shower.
Mid-Missouri will experience a brief warm up to start the work week.
Another weak cold front will move through Missouri, bringing more rain chances to Mid-Missouri.
We'll have a cool evening for high school football.
The storm track is forecast to stay north for the last half of the month.
Drier, mild weather moves in for the last half of the work week.
Three heavy rain events bring our total to almost 10 inches so far this month.
Storms will move into Mid-Missouri by Monday morning, with the potential to become severe.
Showers will continue to be possible on Sunday, but a greater chance of rain will come on Monday.
We will finally dry out a bit this weekend before heavy rain moves back in Sunday night.
Areas south of I-70 could get an additional 1-2 inches of rain through Friday.
Heavy rain could lead to localized flooding
Heavy rain is expected with periods of t-storms through Friday.
Skies will stay mostly clear for the total lunar eclipse Wednesday morning.
A few showers and t-storms are possible Monday night through early AM Tuesday.
Temperatures will be warming up and cooling down throughout the work week.
A rainy start to October has pushed rainfall totals above average for the month and year.
Temperatures will warm up late in the weekend.
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