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Wet weather making a return to Mid-Missouri

THURSDAY: An isolated shower is possible this morning, but most of us stay quiet until later this afternoon. Temperatures will make it into the middle 60s this afternoon thanks to a mild start and winds out of the south. Rain will increase after 2-3 PM, with steady, moderate rain showers expected. There is a marginal severe threat, with some isolated large hail and damaging winds possible.

TONIGHT: With showers ongoing this evening and continuing into Friday, you will want to keep the umbrella handy. Temperatures will stay mild tonight, only dropping into the low 50s with showers keeping cloud cover around.

EXTENDED: With rain continuing into Friday, and some more instability to work with, we could hear a rumble of thunder or two into the afternoon and evening Friday, but we don’t expect anything in the way of strong to severe weather. Temperatures will be in the 60s again, but cooler weather will be on the way. Highs on Saturday will only manage to top out in the middle to upper 40s with winds picking up out of the north. If we can get enough cold air to move in, we could see a snowflake or two Saturday before this system moves out by the evening. Continued rainfall for this extended period of time will affect waterways in Mid-Missouri. As flood waters recede on the Missouri River, they will be rising toward the beginning of the week, as the soil cannot hold much water at this moment. Temperatures drop below freezing heading into Sunday, but we’re tracking the return of sunshine to close out the weekend, with temperatures improving into the upper 40s. We’re back to normal Monday and Tuesday, with afternoon highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Be sure to check back with ABC 17 News on-air and online for the latest forecast updates.

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