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Tracking the return of warmer than average weather

TONIGHT: I'm tracking a mostly clear night with temperatures cooling back off into the low 20s. Winds from the southwest at 8-12 mph will keep us from cooling down too much before sunrise.

TOMORROW: I'm tracking a noticeable warmup because of plentiful sunshine and southwesterly winds at 5-10 mph. I'm expecting temperatures across mid-MO to get into the high 40s and possibly low 50s by the afternoon hours on Sunday.

EXTENDED: I'm tracking sunshine sticking around and temperatures continuing to climb throughout the first part of the work week. Monday and Tuesday are both expected warm into the mid to upper 50s, with Wednesday breaching the 60 degree mark. This will be our warmest day of the week before a front passes through Missouri and brings a slight cooldown along with it. This front will bring us a chance (20-30%) at rain Wednesday night into Thursday.

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