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10/10: Rain and Storm Chances

The surface high pressure area which will keep us dry and cool Wednesday will move east Wednesday night, allowing southerly winds to bring warmer, moist air north Thursday. Clouds will increase Thursday with some showers or isolated t-storms possible Thursday evening and night mainly south of I-70. A cold front moving south through the state Thursday will push rain into southern Missouri by Friday morning, leaving us with partly sunny and dry weather most of the day. Our next chance of rain moves in Friday night as the cold front in southern Missouri moves back to the north as a warm front as a storm system strengthens over the Plains. This will send warm air north into Mid-Missouri Friday night with a few t-storms possible. At this time the storms do not look widespread or severe for Friday night. The warm front will move into northern Missouri Saturday morning, leaving us with a dry, breezy and warm start to the day. As strong low pressure winds up and moves east across the Great Lakes Saturday, a trailing cold front will move through Missouri bringing the threat of storms Saturday afternoon and evening. Some of these storms could be strong or severe and will move out of the area Saturday night. We will have more details on timing of the storms and severe threat as new data comes in. Please check back for updates.

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