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Tracking an active forecast with daily rain chances through the work week

TODAY: Tuesday will start warm, with temperatures in the 40s. This is about as warm as it gets through the rest of the day as rain showers start to pick up shortly after sunrise. Light to moderate rain will be hit and miss for the early morning hours, but become more widespread by late morning and early afternoon. This keeps temperatures in the mid-40s through the afternoon.

TONIGHT: Rain is leaving through the 5-7 p.m. window. Temperatures will actually warm very slowly overnight with winds from the south sustained around 5-10 mph.

EXTENDED: Starting in the upper 40s, wind from the south and a warm front passing through will be able to push temperatures to 70 by the afternoon. Some showers and storms may develop along the warm front late Wednesday morning, but a drier day is in store. Winds will be breezy from the south, gusting up to 30 mph at times. Wednesday night, a cold front approaches from the north and will bring a chance for storms capable of producing hail and strong winds. The severe threat with this line may diminish through the day but scattered thunderstorms will remain in the forecast through the day as the cold front pushes south. The front looks like it may stall just south of mid-Missouri, keeping rain chances close by heading into Friday. We'll ditch rain chances in favor of sunshine on Saturday, with rain chances popping back into the forecast for Sunday and Monday.

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