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Tracking afternoon storms for very few, and drier air for most

TODAY: After spotty thunderstorms blessed some with much needed rain Wednesday afternoon, some will get another dose of rainfall. Again, it won't be much, and it's very isolated, but if you're in the right spot, you'll be in for possible thunder, lightning, and rain. The vast majority of us will have a dry and sunny day, but areas west of a line from Marshall to the Lake of the Ozark area will see partly cloudy skies and isolated storms. Expect a similarly warm day, despite a light northeast breeze. Temperatures should climb into the low 80s. While Wednesday brought dew points in the mid-60s for a short while, today we should limit those for most, keeping values less humid and in the 50s.

TONIGHT: Any storms that develop will die with sunset, and activity should largely dry up. Temperatures will fall a bit further overnight, into the 50s. Dewpoints will as well, falling into the 30s!

EXTENDED: Friday starts cool, with temps starting in the low 50s, and dewpoints in the 40s. Under sunny skies, highs will reach upper 70s. Saturday starts cool and dry feeling with dewpoints in the low 30s with temperatures in the low 50s and upper 40s. With dry air, we quickly reach 80 under abundant sunshine. Our warm up ensues into Sunday, as temperatures climb into the mid-80s. They don't stop there, as we likely reach 90 by Tuesday and Wednesday. Next week starts partly cloudy and dry, until slim chances for pop-up storms arrive Tuesday and Wednesday.

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