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TODAY: Rain this morning will be tapering off through 9AM with light rainfall amounts less than .10". We'll have more clouds with us today with south winds under 10 mph. Temperatures will reach the low 80s with some peeks of sun in the afternoon. Another round of storms will increase this evening, mainly after 4PM. Evening thunderstorms could produce winds of 60 mph or greater. Rainfall totals today will be highest west of US 63 where .25" to .50" is possible. Less then .25" is likely for areas east.

TONIGHT: An approaching cold front looks to stall across central Missouri overnight. This could bring a chance for rain and thunderstorms overnight and into the morning hours on Wednesday. Temperatures will stay 5-7 degrees above average in the mid 60s.

EXTENDED:  Storms will be possible early in the day, with a small rain chance in the evening. The Marginal risk has been shifted slightly east and now excludes Mid-Missouri counties for Wednesday. Temperatures will stay warm and muggy one more day with highs near 80. Drier and pleasant conditions return for the end of the week Thursday and Friday with dew points in the 50s. This means, it will feel less humid. Saturday looks to bring a chance for storms during the day, while Sunday looks fairly dry with low humidity and temperatures in the low 80s. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17stormtrack on Twitter.


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