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Frost Thursday night, warming trend

TONIGHT: Skies will be clear and temperatures will fall to the low-mid 30s. A Frost Advisory is in effect 1-9 AM Friday for areas west of US 63. A Frost Advisory means sensitive vegetation can be damaged.

FRIDAY: After a cold start to the day, it will be pleasant with sunny skies, light winds shifting to the southwest and mild temperatures with afternoon highs near 60.

EXTENDED: The warming trend continue into the weekend with high temperatures reaching the low 70s Saturday and mid to upper 70s Sunday.There may be a few locations pushing 80 by Sunday. It will be a bit breezy in the afternoons with southerly winds 8-15 Saturday and gusting to 25 mph Sunday. Storms are expected to develop in western Missouri by late Sunday afternoon and move into Mid-Missouri Sunday evening and overnight with best chances west of HWY 63 mainly after 9PM. Strong to severe storms are possible. As a cold front slowly moves east Monday, rain ends in the morning with additional storms possible in the afternoon mainly near I-44. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.

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