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Spotty storms lead to cooler, less humid weather

Storms developing ahead of a cold front will move into Mid-Missouri near HWY 24 by 2 AM, pushing southeast to near I-70 by 6 AM. Isolated strong or severe storms with strong wind up to 60 mph are possible as they move into areas along and north of HWY 24. Storms are expected to weaken as they move south and become more spotty toward daybreak.

Heading through Wednesday morning, a few showers and t-storms are possible south of I-70 after 7 AM but will be very spotty as they move farther south through late morning. As the cold front pushes south to near I-44 in the afternoon, a few storms could re-develop in the daytime heating through late afternoon.

Temperatures will be more seasonal Wednesday with high temperatures in the mid 80s north of I-70 to near 90 at the Lake of the Ozarks with light west to northwesterly winds under 10 mph. It will stay dry Wednesday evening and overnight.

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