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TODAY: Rain will exit our northern counties this morning, leaving showers south of I-70 through 9PM tonight. Some areas will be near the freezing mark early Friday, especially areas west of Highway 63. Those areas could pick up a minor glazing of ice, especially on elevated surfaces. Wind chills will be between 28-33 degrees.

TONIGHT: As light rain ends tonight through 9-10PM in our areas south of I-70, it will be a cold, damp night with temperatures dropping to the the low 30s, under northeast winds at 10-13 mph.

EXTENDED:  Another wave develops along this front bringing more moisture in from the south again on Saturday morning, mainly after 6AM starting south of I-70. There will be a chance for possible freezing drizzle/rain through 9AM from areas along I-70 up to HWY 24 as rain lifting northward tomorrow morning.  Saturday will be cool with high temperatures in the lower 40s and an increasing chance of light rain, with the best chance south of I-70.  There is a change for Sunday. This next wave lifts over Mid-Missouri on Sunday bringing more widespread rainfall throughout the day, ending Monday morning. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.


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