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Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Showers will be passing through the state this morning ahead of a cold front. This front will continue to work through Mid-MO this morning and will provide a chilly breeze out from the northwest. Temps out-the-door will be in the middle 50s, rising only into the lower to middle 60s. Winds today will gust up to 25 mph.
Throughout the day rain will lighten up and become mainly pockets of drizzle under overcast skies. This trend will continue through the evening with a slight light rain chance. A cold shot of air will send temps overnight down into the upper 40s.
Similar conditions are expected for Wednesday with overcast and drizzly conditions. Temps by the afternoon will only rise into the lower 60s.
Skies will clear up by Thursday due to a passing ridge in the jet stream. This should provide sunshine over much of the state and trigger the return flow of southerly air. Temps Thursday will rise back into the middle 70s.
Behind this quick-moving ridge is a trough in the jet stream that will induce storminess over this upcoming weekend, although storm chances appear between slight and probable and will be mainly isolated in nature. Temps will rise back into the lower 80s through Sunday.
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