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Tracking a brief break from severe weather before our next system

TONIGHT: Winds are calming down and skies are staying clear. Temperatures will be dropping down into the mid to upper 30s, but with increasing winds overnight, the cooling will be limited.

TOMORROW: Mostly sunny skies, and winds picking back up to 15-20 mph from the SW, with gusts up to 30. Highs getting up just past the 70 degree mark. Tomorrow night the area could see some scattered showers and thunder, with winds moving in the 10-15 mph range from the south.

EXTENDED: The first half of the week is tracking to have more chances for severe weather. We first see some chances for scattered thunderstorms through Monday, but this system doesn't bring severe chances. The main system we are keeping an eye on is moving through Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. This system comes ahead of a cold front moving with a low pressure system to our NW. We are currently in the highest risk area along with the majority of Missouri according to the SPC's 4 day severe weather outlook. The area we are in is at 30% for the risk, with the concerns being large hail, winds, and tornadoes. Temperatures are going to be very supportive of high energy in our area as they will be almost, if not 80 degrees for our high. Since this system will be in the evening the energy could be limited, but there won't be a significant drop by the time it moves through. Make sure to stay up to date and aware of the weather in your area by downloading our app, as we will be closely watching this severe weather potential and pushing out constant updates. As for the rest of the week, we are looking calm, with partly cloudy skies, but slightly cooler temperatures after the cold front Tuesday night moves through. Highs will be in the 50s and low 60s for the rest of the week.

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