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Weekend warming, rain Sunday

TONIGHT: Clouds hang around tonight as temperatures will drop into the upper 20s by morning. Winds will be light out of the west up to 5 mph. Wind chills will be slight, but still 2-5 degrees below the actual air temperature by morning.

FRIDAY: Morning clouds will clear to mostly sunny skies with high temperatures warming into the lower 40s for a cool, quiet afternoon. Westerly winds will increase to 12 mph, making it feel more like the mid to upper 30s.

EXTENDED: Warmer air moves in to start the weekend and it will be mild, breezy and mostly sunny Saturday with high temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60. The fire danger will be high due to dry vegetation, low humidity and gusty winds to 25 mph Saturday. Outdoor burning should be avoided. Heading into Sunday, a storm system passing to out south will lift clouds and moisture into Mid-Missouri in the morning. Rain will start as early as 4 AM in the Ozarks, lifting to the north through the morning and shifting to the east and out of our area by early afternoon. Rainfall amounts will range anywhere from trace amounts north of I-70 to a quarter inch south. This is certainly not enough to alleviate our drought but will help settle the dust a bit. Sunday will be slightly cooler, reaching near 50 due to more clouds and winds shifting to the northwest. Early next week temperatures will level out with highs in the 50s as a milder weather pattern develops. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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