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TODAY:  Scattered storms will begin to die out by this morning, leading to a partly sunny day with plenty of dry periods.  Dew points will remain in the lowers 70s with our high today reaching near 86 degrees, accompanied by light S winds near 5 mph.  This combination will leave today feeling on the sticky side as warm and moist air continues to stick around Mid-Missouri.  By afternoon into evening, the rain and storm chance kicks up again with these potential storms staying spotty.

SUNDAY:  Sunday will be repeating Saturday's weather pattern.   We have that chance of scattered rain and thunderstorms in the morning, with middle part of the day staying mostly dry and partly sunny for Mid-Missouri.  By evening, the chance for spotty storms increases.  We should expect a high near 87 degrees for Sunday with the low reaching the upper 60s with S winds around 3-5 mph.

EXTENDED:   The storm chance continues for the rest of the week with the best chances for rain being in the late afternoon and evening.  This is due to the daytime heating encouraging storm development by evening time rolls around each day.  A warm and moist air mass will be staying in Mid-Missouri for the rest of the week, as well.  So temperatures will remain average, sitting in the mid 80s with sticky conditions not leaving anytime soon.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.


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