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Raw, chilly afternoon across Mid-Missouri with warmer temperatures by evening

WEDNESDAY: It’s a raw and chilly afternoon across Mid-Missouri, as temperatures slowly climb into the lwer 40s. Thanks to winds out of the southeast, the wind chill is near freezing and will slowly rise through the day. Winds through the afternoon hours will be breezy out of the southeast up to 15 mph, we could even see some gusts near 20 mph. This will keep wind chill factors in the 30s and 40s for most of the day. Overcast skies stay with us through the day, with slowly rising temperatures. This comes as a warm front is set to track through Mid-Missouri later today into the evening hours. With the lifting front we could see some patchy drizzle as we head through the day.

TONIGHT: Skies will stay mostly cloudy tonight with a wind remaining of the south up to 11 mph. This will allow for overnight lows to only drop into the low 50s. As temps drop towards the dew point we could see patchy fog develop for the morning commute. Temperatures through the night will likely jump a degree or two, as warmer air continues to track into Mid-Missouri.

EXTENDED: The warming trend continues into Thursday as we reach the mid to upper 60s with mostly cloudy skies. There is a slight shower chance Thursday as another cold front moves through, but most areas will stay dry. Cooler air settles in briefly Friday with high temperatures in the upper 50s. Heading into the weekend, the warming trend resumes as a warm front moves north and we’ll jump into the lower 60s Saturday and mid to upper 70s Sunday with a slight chance of showers Saturday morning. The best chance of showers looks to be north of I-70 Saturday morning. A better chance of widespread showers and t-storms moves in Sunday night into Monday as another cold front moves through. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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