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Coldest night of the season thus far for Mid-Missouri

TONIGHT: Clear skies tonight will give way to the coldest night yet this season, as we drop to near 40 degrees. Northwesterly winds will help us feel a bit chilly, remaining light between 5-7 mph. With the clear skies and light winds, radiational cooling will take place. Some locations tomorrow morning will likely be sitting in the upper 30s, with the potential for some light frost to form.

MONDAY: After a chilly start to the day, southwest winds will warm us into the mid and upper 60s. It will be fairly seasonable for the day, but after the recent stretch of warm days it could feel on the cool side. Humidity will remain low through the day, but a ridge to our west will begin to expand eastward and gradually warming us up. Winds tomorrow will be out of the southwest under 10 mph.

EXTENDED: As high pressure tracks off to the east, we’ll see a return flow of warmth and moisture. This will lead to increasing temperatures through most of next week, with highs climbing into the upper 70s and lows into the upper 50s by the end of next week. Our next chance of rain doesn’t look to arrive until we head into next weekend. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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