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Tracking a cold start with more sunshine Wednesday

TONIGHT: Clouds slowly decrease with clearing by daybreak. Lows in the low to mid-20s.

TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and warmer with highs near 50.

EXTENDED: Clouds clear overnight, dropping temps into the mid-20s. Wednesday is much brighter and warmer with highs near 50. Thursdays the warmest day of the week is high temperatures get into the lower 60s with gusty winds up to around 25 mph from the southwest. Clouds start to roll in on Thursday night ahead of our next low pressure system that will bring the rain by Friday afternoon. Showers continue all night on Friday into Saturday morning as temperatures overnight drop down to about 40°. Saturday morning, we'll continue to see showers with colder air trying to move in towards evening. A few thunderstorms are possible during the day, especially across southern Missouri. As cold air filters in, there's a possibility we could see a rain snow mix especially for northern and western portions of mid-Missouri. Right now, it's too early to tell how quickly that cold air will move in and cause any impacts, but significant impacts look limited.  Of course, that could change as we get closer to the weekend as timing and track of the low will be important. Rain amounts look to stay under one inch for the entire event. Sunday's looking cooler as high temperatures struggle to get to 40° but it looks like most of the precipitation will be out of the area well before sunrise. 

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Jessica Hafner returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.


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