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Tracking more sunshine Wednesday, late week rounds of storms

TONIGHT: Decreasing clouds with lows in the mid-40s.

TOMORROW: Mostly sunny with highs near 70.

EXTENDED: Showers and a few storms press well south along a cold front early this evening, allowing much of the area to clear out overnight. Lows fall into the low to mid-40s by morning with more sunshine expected for Wednesday. An area of low pressure to our southwest will push a warm front north in our direction by Thursday, sending precipitation back in our direction. Showers and storms move in by afternoon and will continue through Thursday night. The severe risk will be low for Mid-Missouri with this round. With the warm front north of us on Friday, we could see a chance for severe storms develop, depending on how long morning rain sticks around. Showers and storms exit Friday night, but we'll see a big warm up for the start of the weekend as upper high pressure briefly builds. Temperatures reach the mid-80s, but decaying storms to our west could re-intensify late Saturday night across northwest Missouri and move into our area late. Some of those storms could pose a severe threat. Sunday morning could start off with a few showers, but we'll see yet another risk for potential severe storms by late afternoon or evening as the cold front sweeps through. Rain amounts will be in the 1-3" range, with the highest amounts along and north of I-70. We'll clear out from rain by Monday morning.

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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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