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Warmer temperatures will start the week

Saturday night will be a bit chilly as high pressure to the west rotates in cooler northerly air. As high pressure moves over Missouri winds will calm, skies will clear, and temperatures will fall into the upper 30s.

Then this high pressure will pull to the southeast Sunday. Skies will remain clear, but our winds will shift from the north to the south. This will bring in warmer air for Sunday and Monday.

Winds will stay light during the day Sunday with temperatures reaching near 70. Monday will be a breezy day with a southwesterly wind up to 15 mph in the afternoon. This wind and mostly sunny skies will help push temperatures into the mid to upper 70s Monday. This will put us around 20 degrees above our average high temperature of 55 for this time in March.

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