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ABC 17 Stormtrack Forecast

SUNDAY NIGHT: Low temperatures will drop into the lower 70s. Clouds will begin to increase with a cold front approaching the state line late. Showers and thunderstorms move in between 12 and 2 a.m., with heavy rain and gusty winds possible. much of Mid-Missouri could see between 0.5" to 1", with locally higher amounts mainly west of Highway 65.

LABOR DAY: Showers and thunderstorms will exit to the east-southeast Monday morning, with clouds decreasing slightly. It will be a warm, humid day with high temperatures climbing into the upper 80s. The cold front continues to march east, allowing for the development of more showers and storms near the boundary late Monday afternoon into Monday night. Some of these could become strong to severe, with large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain possible. Parts of the area could pick up another inch or so of rain by early Tuesday.

EXTENDED:  Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Tuesday and Wednesday, and high temperatures creep near 90 again Thursday and Friday, but another upper level wave is expected to move through early next weekend, bringing more mild, seasonal temperatures.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack.

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

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