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Warmer today, cold tomorrow

WEDNESDAY: We’ll have a windy, mild day with high temperatures reaching the low to mid 50s as westerly winds at 15-20 mph gust to 32 mph. Winds will begin to shift to the northwest by the afternoon. The dry and windy conditions will give us an elevated fire risk and outdoor burning should be avoided.

TONIGHT: It will be a chilly night as temperatures drop into the upper 20s through the overnight hours under partly cloudy skies. Breezy northwesterly winds will continue for the first half of the night with gusts up to 28 mph. By daybreak winds will settle to 6 mph, but wind chills will still be in the low 20s by daybreak.

EXTENDED: Thursday will be cold as high temperatures only reach the upper 30s to near 40. A weak disturbance tracks through Mid-Missouri Thursday night which could bring a few flurries.The up and down temperatures continue as we stay in the low 40s Friday but warm into the upper 50s Saturday as southwesterly winds become gusty once again. Sunday will be slightly cooler, reaching near 50 due to winds shifting to the northwest as a storm system passes to our south. At this time, there is a slight chance of rain mainly in the Ozarks and closer to I-44 Sunday but depends on the track of the southern storm. Early next week temperatures will level out a bit with highs in the 50s. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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