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Tracking a warm stretch with few rain chances

TODAY: Rain chances continue to look lack luster, as we get closer to a slim shower and thunderstorm chance this morning. Some weak storms and/or showers will pass south of the Lake of the Ozarks to near I-44 in mid-Missouri this morning, before a cold front pushes through, pushing them southeast this afternoon. A few post frontal showers are possible, but unlikely to bring any meaningful rain this afternoon across the area. We expect a cooler day with highs in the 60s under partly cloudy skies.

TONIGHT: Overnight, a north breeze settles temperatures into the 30s with dry conditions and mostly clear skies.

EXTENDED: Friday is looking cooler yet, with a temporary switch to a westerly breeze. Expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the 50s. Another weak cold front will bring a return to northerly breeze, and drop temperatures to near freezing Saturday morning, and only allowing low 50s by the afternoon. However, south winds returning Saturday evening will keep lows in the 40s Sunday morning, when we'll start a climb back into the 70s for highs. Big warmth moves in ahead of a strong system moving in from the west early next week. This has temperatures pushing into the upper 70s Monday and Tuesday. Exact timing or placement of rain or storm chances is highly uncertain, but they will be something to watch for Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning ahead of the cold front tied to this system.

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