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TONIGHT: A Flash Flood Watch continues until 7 PM Wednesday. A few showers are possible through early evening with cloudy skies overnight. Rain will increase from the south after midnight with rain likely by daybreak south of I-70, spreading north through the early morning. Low temperatures will fall to near 60 with an easterly breeze near 10 mph by morning.

WEDNESDAY: Showers and t-storms will continue through the day as an area of low pressure moves through.  Rainfall amounts of 1-3 inches are possible with highest amounts south HWY 50 where pockets of 4 inches could be reached. High temperatures will only reach the low to mid 70s with rain decreasing into the evening hours.

EXTENDED:   The low will track east of Mid-Missouri by late Wednesday night. For Thursday, most of the day looks dry, while a warm front lifting during the evening will bring the potential for storms after 5PM.  High temperatures will stay in the upper 70s to near 80 through Thursday but will heat up  again by the end of the week as highs reach the upper 80s by Friday. Rain chances decrease by Friday with drier but hot weather for the start of the weekend.  High temperatures this weekend will reach near 90 with nights only cooling to near 70 and a slight storm chance by late Sunday. For additional weather updates, follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.


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