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60s by Sunday

FRIDAY: We’ll have abundant sunshine and a mild, but breezy afternoon as high temperatures reach towards 50 degrees. Southwest winds at 10-15 mph will gust as high as 25 mph.

TONIGHT: Overnight lows will be back above freezing with the help of southwesterly winds up to 10 mph und partly cloudy skies. Clouds will build and we could see some patchy fog develop tonight thanks in part to melting snow.

EXTENDED: The warming continues into the weekend with high temperatures reaching the low-mid 50s Saturday and upper 50s to near 60 Sunday. We’ll have more low clouds around Saturday with a slight chance of spotty drizzle in the morning with a better chance of drizzle Saturday night into Sunday morning. Sunday will feel more like late March as temperatures approach 60 degrees with gusty southerly winds up to 25 mph. As a cold front approaches, rain chances increase through the day Sunday with showers likely by late afternoon and into the evening. Rainfall amounts of a quarter to half inch are expected and much needed considering the drought conditions that have spread across the state. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible mainly in the Ozarks and southeastern Missouri. As colder air moves in early Monday, there is a slight chance of light rain on the backend of Sunday’s system. Rain could turn to snow by Monday evening, but only minor accumulation is expected. Temperatures will stay in the upper 30s to near 40 Monday and into the lower 40s Tuesday and Wednesday. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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