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Below average temperatures with light rain and fog expected through Tuesday

TONIGHT: It will be a chilly night across Mid-Missouri as we continue to settle into the unseasonable weather. Despite the clouds that will be in place tonight, we’ll see our lows bottom out in the mid to upper 30s. Some light rain showers are possible through the night mainly south of Hwy 50 and lasting through the morning hours. Little accumulation is expected through the night, with the better chance of measurable precipitation near Interstate 44. Winds out of the northeast up to 14 mph will cause the feels like temperatures to drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s.

TUESDAY: Same story different day across Mid-Missouri, as overcast skies will hold steady through Tuesday. Thanks to the lack of sunshine and the potential for some light drizzle through the day, highs will only top out in the low to mid 40s. Areas north of Hwy 24 will likely stay in the 30s all day long. The best chance for drizzle will be along and south of Interstate 70, with the drizzle gradually shifting southward through the day. With winds out of the northeast up to 15 mph, all day long we’ll see wind chill values in the mid 30s.

EXTENDED: The unseasonable pattern continues as we head into Wednesday, but we remain on the dry side. Clouds will finally start to clear and peaks of sunshine will warm us into the upper 40s for Wednesday. A weak frontal boundary tracks through Mid-Missouri as we head into Thursday, with no rainfall expected. However, we will see cooler temperatures once more track into the region. Overnight lows Thursday into Friday will be in the mid 20s, with highs Friday back in the 40s for highs. Our next best chance of rain comes as we head into Saturday, as a disturbance tracks in from the Rocky Mountains. No severe weather is expected, but it’s likely to bring some light rain showers. By this weekend into next week, fair weather returns and we see highs slowly moderate back towards normal. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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