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Warming temperatures and rain chances

The weather pattern is shifting to a warmer, unsettled pattern as we head through the work week. A ridge of high pressure aloft will build to our west, sending warmer air into Missouri At the same time, surface winds will shift to the south, bringing humidity up and causing our nights to be muggy.

There is a slight chance of t-storms in the forecast for Wednesday but most areas will stay dry. These would be isolated and mainly west of HWY 63. A slightly better chance of rain arrives early Thursday. Forecast models indicate that a cluster of showers and t-storms will form in southeastern Nebraska Wednesday night and will travel to the southeast into Mid-Missouri early Thursday morning.

As a weak cold front drops into northern Missouri Thursday night, storms are expected to develop in northern Missouri Thursday afternoon and travel to the southeast and possibly affect areas north of I-70 Thursday night.

Please check back for updates with the latest timing and placement of rain through the week. You can also check for updates on our ABC17 News Facebook page and follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

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