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Potential Record Breaking Warmth Sunday and Monday

The unseasonable warm temperatures that many of us in Mid-Missouri have been enjoying this weekend will continue Sunday and Monday and might break some records along the way.

It’s common to see dramatic temperature transitions in fall as it is a transitional season between the warm summer months and the cold winter months. We have been on the warm side of that transition for the past couple days with high temperatures upwards to 15-20 degrees above what we would normally see in mid-October. Temperatures will continue to climb Sunday and certainly not feel like fall with forecasted highs around 85 degrees, just shy of the record high temperature of 86 degrees set back in 1950. It is doubtful we will break this record due to lingering clouds keeping temperature on the cool side of that record.

Monday? We just might break a record set in 1894 or at least match it with a forecast and record high of 89. You might love this second slice of summer or you might wish for the cool fall temperatures to return. Well there is something for everyone as the well above average temperatures end on Tuesday and a cool off begins where we’ll see temperatures back in the upper 50s for the high to end next week.

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