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Tracking strong to severe storms for this afternoon

TUESDAY: This morning we saw a pretty even split of sunshine and cloud cover, and that will continue for a few more hours as a cold front approaches. This cold front could cause storms to push into the area as early as 2-3 pm, and these storms have the potential to be strong. All modes of severe weather are possible, for the latest details head over to the Stormtrack Insider Blog, or if you want to check out the radar later today, here's a link. Highs for the day will be in the upper 70s.

TONIGHT: These storms will hold together before exiting the area around 10pm. Overnight, we will remain calm with temperatures dropping into the low 50s.

EXTENDED: Light showers look to return Wednesday as moisture wraps around the backside of Tuesday's storm system. Clouds, rain, and winds out of the north will keep temperatures in the low 60's. Thursday will start a warming trend with temperatures warming back into the upper 60s, and conditions will dry out for the remainder of the week. This upcoming weekend is looking beautiful with temperatures on par with average or above average for this time of year.

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Maddie Est

Maddie Est appears on ABC 17’s weekend evening broadcasts. She grew up in St. Louis, and her passion for weather originated from a young age thanks to all the different weather that St. Louis receives. She is currently studying Atmospheric Science at the University of Missouri.


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