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Tracking a quiet night and limited storm chances Saturday

TONIGHT: I'm tracking a quiet evening in central Missouri with a mostly clear sky and temperatures falling into the mid 70s by the end of the night. Winds will be out of the north at 5-8 mph with gusts up to 15 mph.

TOMORROW: I'm tracking a dissipating system moving in from the west during the late morning hours and continuing east throughout the afternoon. The only concerns for tomorrow are heavy downpours and lightning as the severe threat is little to none. Temperatures will warm into the low 90s by the afternoon.

EXTENDED: I'm tracking humidity taking over by Father's Day which will cause heat index values to potentially breach 100 degrees by the afternoon hours. This holds true through Monday as afternoon temperatures stay in the mid 90s. These afternoon high temperatures stay consistent throughout the rest of the week, and low rain chances (20%) are expected almost every day during this period. Widespread activity is not expected, and the best chances for rainfall will be to the east.

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