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Calm and dry weather to remain until Thursday morning

TUESDAY: By the afternoon hours we will see clear skies in mid-Missouri. With a high pressure system building in the area, Tuesday will feel less humid as dry air pumps in. Temperatures will be slightly cooler than yesterday, but will be near the average, in the mid 60s.

TONIGHT: It looks quiet overnight with light northerly winds under 5 mph. Winds look to becoming southerly by midnight with low in the mid 40s again. Conditions will remain dry.

EXTENDED: As we head through the week the next rain chance is looking to hold off until Thursday morning, mainly after 8AM. A series of waves will bring showers for the end of the week. A cold front will increase storm chances Saturday night into Sunday morning. Sunday will remain in the mid 70s with a slight chance of developing showers and storms during the afternoon south of I-70, depending on where the cold front ends up. Timing of weekend rain will be pinpointed during the week as new data comes in. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.

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