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Mid-Missouri Will End the Weekend on a Cold Note After Cooler Air Moves in Overnight

After a day of 40-degree temperatures across the Mid-Missouri region, cold air from the northeastern United States will plunge southward into the state of Missouri behind a cold front expected to pass through by tomorrow morning. While this front will not bring any precipitation to the area, it will cause temperatures to cool off by about ten degrees from Saturday’s temperatures, with highs struggling to reach the freezing mark for counties north of the I-70 corridor on Sunday and Monday.

With the wind out of the north at about five to 10 miles an hour, wind chills on Sunday and Monday will range from single digits in the early morning hours to the twenties in the afternoon.

Southerly flow will resume by Tuesday, allowing milder air to return to the region and daytime highs to rise back into the 40s for the second half of the week.

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