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Despite sunshine, Mid-Missouri remains on the cool side

WEDNESDAY: The unseasonably cool weather pattern continues today, despite the fact that ample sunshine will be in place. Highs this afternoon will climb into the upper 40s and lower 50s, with winds under 8 mph out of the north. It’s a welcoming change compared to the cloudy skies that have been in place across Mid-Missouri.

TONIGHT: Another chilly night is in store as mostly clear skies allow temperatures to drop back towards freezing. Winds will shift out of the southwest up to 8 mph by morning creating wind chill values in the 20s for the morning commute.

EXTENDED: A weak cold front tracks through Mid-Missouri as we head into Thursday, with no rainfall expected. However, temperatures will take a little bit of a dive. After highs on Thursday reach near 50, overnight lows Thursday night will drop into the low to mid 20s, with Friday’s high temperatures only reaching into the lower 40s. 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 light rain showers look possible as we head into the second part of Saturday. Latest timing shows light rain showers to arrive after 9 PM. There could be a few lingering showers early Sunday morning, but we will be dry by the afternoon. Any accumulation will be light as most of mid-Missouri will receive less than .1″. By 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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