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Remnants of Hurricane Patricia Expected to Move Through Missouri on Tuesday

After sweeping across Mexico and emptying into the Gulf, remnants of Hurricane Patricia are currently bringing rain to the southeastern states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Although the system will linger in the southern states for much of Monday, it will eventually come into contact with an upper-level trough Monday evening, which will shoot the system to the north and into Missouri by Monday night.

With the large amount of moisture associated with this system, widespread showers are likely for Mid-Missouri on Tuesday and lasting into Tuesday evening. By the afternoon hours, there could be enough instability to initiate an isolated thunderstorm as well.

By Tuesday night, the bulk of the rain will move eastward and out of our region. There is a chance that spotty pockets of rain will linger into Wednesday morning, but will quickly move out of the area, leaving Wednesday afternoon dry.

Quiet weather will continue through Thursday before becoming unsettled again by next weekend.

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