TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cool, lows in the mid-40s.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, few late day clouds. Highs near 70.
EXTENDED: Warmer temperatures prevail over the next few days as we’re underneath a ridge in the jet stream. A weak front slides through early Saturday, bringing a chance for rain through midday. Rain amounts will be around a quarter inch or less. We hang onto clouds for a lot of Saturday, keeping us cool in the low 60s for highs. By Sunday, warmer air moves into the region ahead of a strong low pressure system to our north. Temperatures rise into the low 70s, and the strong cold front will cut across Mid-Missouri by evening, bringing a chance for more showers and thunderstorms. Timing is still a bit uncertain, but if the front arrives a little earlier, there will be a small window for a few isolated strong storms. A few showers could linger into Monday, and we’ll be left with cooler air for Tuesday.
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