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Temperatures finally climb above freezing into the afternoon hours

THURSDAY: A drastic warming trend is underway across Mid-Missouri, with many locations already flirting with the freezing mark. High temperatures through the day will top out in the upper 30s across the region. Southwest winds at 8-15 mph will be a bit gusty, up to 22 mph at times, which will likely keep wind chill values in the upper 20s and lower 30s through the day.

TONIGHT: Winds will remain a bit breezy out of the southwest up to 15 mph, which will help overnight lows remain in the mid 20s under clear skies. With a steady breeze, wind chill factor will drop into the mid teens by day break.

EXTENDED: The warming continues into the weekend with high temperatures reaching near 50 Friday, low-mid 50s Saturday and upper 50s to near 60 Sunday. We’ll have clouds moving through Saturday with a slight chance of light drizzle in our northwest counties but most areas will stay dry on Saturday. Winds will be gusty and from the southeast Sunday as an area of low pressure moves to our north, dragging a cold front through the area by early Monday morning. This will increase rain chances through the day Sunday. Accumulations looks up to a half inch, which is much needed considering the drought conditions that are spread across the state. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible. As colder air moves in early Monday, there is a chance of light snow showers with little to no accumulation. Temperatures will stay in the 30s Monday, rebounding into the lower 40s by next Tuesday. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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