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Tracking minimal rain chances and more mild conditions

TONIGHT: I'm tracking rainfall held to our south and southwest most counties, with small chances (20-30%) to see sprinkles in mid-MO through the overnight hours. Breezy conditions remain with winds from the NE at 10-12 mph and gusts up to 20 mph. Temperatures will drop into the high 30s by the end of the night.

TOMORROW: I'm tracking any rain chances exiting after sunrise with clouds sticking around for much of the day. With breezy winds from the NE at 10-12 mph and gusts up to 20 mph, temperatures will only climb into the low 50s through the afternoon.

EXTENDED: Sunshine makes a return at the start of the week with mornings in the low 30s and afternoons in the low to mid 50s. Winds shift to the SW through Wednesday with the help of a high pressure system, so by the afternoon hours you can expect another breezy day with temperatures in the low 60s. By Thursday, a low pressure system ushers in a cold front with more rain chances and in turn cools us down slightly for the end of the week. High temperatures will still be 10-15 degrees above average into the weekend.

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