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Colder air moving in this week

TONIGHT: Skies will briefly clear and winds remain breezy with gusts up to 30 mph. This will allow temperatures drop below freezing with a low of 30 by Tuesday morning. Clouds will increase from the southwest toward the morning hours.

TUESDAY: Morning clouds will clear to mostly sunny skies by early afternoon and it will be a cool but seasonal, windy day with high temperatures in the mid 40s. Westerly winds at 15-25 mph will gust as high as 38 mph. Fire danger is high Tuesday due to the dry conditions and windy weather. Outdoor burning should be avoided.

EXTENDED: With Mid-Missouri, placed on the westward extent of the upper level trough, we’ll continue to see reinforcing shots of cold air. The northwest flow aloft pattern will continue to pull waves of cold air into the region, with temperatures falling into the 30s for highs by Thursday and overnight lows near 20 with some upper teens possible. There is a chance we could see some flurries to light snow as we head into Friday as a system tracks to our north. Accumulating snow is unlikely but we’ll monitor and have updates as needed. By the start of next week temperatures look to moderate back towards seasonal, as highs will top out in the lower 40s. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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