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The roller coaster ride of temperatures continues through the week

TUESDAY: You’ll need a heavier coat as temperatures will be colder, only reaching the upper 30s to near 40 by the warmest part of the day. Despite the mostly sunny skies, northwesterly winds at 8-15 mph will make it feel like it’s at or below freezing all day long.

TONIGHT: It will be another cold night as temperatures drop into the mid-20s through the overnight hours under partly cloudy skies. Wind will remain out of the west, but become southwesterly by morning up to 10 mph. Feels like temperatures will be in the teens to low 20s for the Wednesday AM commute.

EXTENDED: Winds will remain breezy on Wednesday and we’ll warm back up with high temperatures back up to the lower 50s under mostly sunny skies. An elevated fire risk will once again be a concern as we head through the day Wednesday, as winds will gust up to 30 mph out of the southwest. A weak disturbance tracks through Mid-Missouri by Thursday which could bring a few flurries, but the overall weather pattern remains dry through most of next week and the drought conditions will likely worsen through the next week. The up and down temperatures continue as we cool to near 40 Thursday and back into the 50s by the weekend. Sunday evening could bring a slight chance for some showers south of Hwy 50 which will help, but not put a dent in our drought. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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