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Sunday Evening October 9

TONIGHT: Tonight will not be as chilly as we’ve seen this weekend with a low around 50 with light winds and clouds clearing.

MONDAY: Your Columbus Day will be a pleasant one with high temperatures in the lower 70s with mostly sunny skies. High pressure will slide away by late Monday night and lead to warmer conditions for the night and upcoming Tuesday. It will stay dry throughout the day and night with low temperatures in the mid 50s and a southeasterly breeze.

EXTENDED: Tuesday will be unseasonably warm with high temperatures in the upper 70s and only cooling off to low temperatures in the upper 50s overnight. A rain chance begins on Tuesday night with a slight chance of showers for areas north of I-70 after 10PM. More widespread rain is expected on Wednesday as a cold front makes its way through Mid-Missouri starting at 10AM with the best chance of showers in the afternoon and lingering till Wednesday night. Rainfall totals are expected to be heaviest along I-70 and I-44 with totals under 1″. Chilly conditions return after the front passes with lows overnight on Wednesday dropping to the lower 40s. The cool temperatures only last till Friday night as it warms right back up to the mid 70s by the weekend. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

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