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Light rain showers will be off and on today… Drying & warming to close out the week

THIS AFTERNOON: Temperatures will slowly climb through the 40s this afternoon, some spots, especially east and south will touch 50 before the rain moves through– but overall, the clouds and spot showers make today a much “chillier” feel across Mid-MO comparing it to the past several days. Winds will remain steady out of the S/SE up to 7 mph.

TONIGHT: Spotty showers continue through the night as a quick moving area of low pressure pulls east. Rainfall amounts for most of the viewing area look relatively light, around 0.15″, but areas to the northwest could see up to 0.30″. Temperatures only drop into the low 40s with winds kicking around to the SW up to 11 mph.

EXTENDED: Some spotty drizzle is possible by sunrise Wednesday morning, before finally moving out leaving us dry for the afternoon. Behind this system, we’ll be tracking an upper-level ridge building in place, bringing the return of quiet weather to close out the week. Clouds will break heading into Thursday with that sunshine continuing into Friday with temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. Our next chance of rain moves in Saturday night and sticks around through the day on Sunday. Check back with ABC 17 News on-air and online for the latest forecast.

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