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The seasonal teeter-totter begins, with major temperature swings into Thursday

THIS AFTERNOON: Already in the low to mid 80s across Mid-Missouri just before the noon hour– with the help of a steady southwest gust, we’ll see temperatures continue to climb into the upper 80s and low 90s. You’ll feel the humidity as well with dewpoints in the mid to upper 60s, this will make it feel anywhere between 3-6 degrees warmer than air temperatures. If you have any outdoor activities planned, make sure to pack plenty water, as temperatures are running 15-20* above average.

TONIGHT: The first cold front moves through tonight, sending a line of showers and t-storms through Mid-Missouri after midnight. As the storms enter from the northwest some could be on the strong to severe side, bringing the potential for damaging wind and large hail. As they move to the southeast into central mid-Mo by the morning commute, they become more scattered. However, heavy rain and lightning will be possible waking up Thursday morning. Winds will shift out of the north overnight with temperatures dropping into the low 60.

EXTENDED: Storm activity continues into Thursday, but becoming widely scattered to isolated in nature by the second half of the day. With the cold front to the south, northerly winds will help drop our temperatures to the 60s on Thursday. Friday, the front lifts to the north as a warm front bringing temperatures back into the upper 80s, with drier conditions through the afternoon. Storms are possible north of HWY 24 Friday evening and overnight with dry weather farther south. The possibility for showers & storms continues through the weekend as the frontal system may stall out overhead. This early out it’s hard to pin down exact rainfall totals, but by this time next week we can expect heavy rainfall accumulation across the middle of the country. Areas north of I-70 may see 2-3″ by Monday, with areas south coming in closer to 1-2″. Monday has trended drier, but storm activity will pick up again itno the middle of next week. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest forecast on-air and online with ABC 17 News.

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