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Gloomy weather continues this afternoon

THIS AFTERNOON: Clouds will try to hold on for this afternoon, but some peeks of sunshine here and there are expected as well. A few more rain showers are possible too. The highest chance will be to the southeast of Columbia. Temperatures will behave, expect 70s for most of the rest of the day.

TONIGHT: Still can’t rule out a stray storm or two with the frontal boundary around the area, but many of us will stay dry. Overnight lows will tumble back into the mid to upper 60’s.

EXTENDED: Rain chances look to slide south Wednesday closer to the I-44 corridor. Cloud cover is expected to hold highs in the low 80’s. Our stubborn frontal boundary gets kicked through Thursday, with more rain chances moving through. On the other side of that frontal boundary, we’ll go from middle 80’s highs Thursday to upper 70’s Friday. The humidity will take another vacation into this weekend, with enjoyable weather through Sunday. Rain chances will return late to close out the weekend with another front. This front will keep the cool weather around to start the work week off right.

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Luke Victor

Luke Victor gives forecasts on ABC 17 News broadcasts and reports on weather stories on air and online, giving viewers and readers a deeper look at what causes different types of weather.


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