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Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Under clear skies and a calm wind, expect areas of patchy to dense fog to develop between midnight - 10AM Wednesday.
Wednesday will be a very warm day with record high temps expected throughout much of Missouri. Columbia’s record is 76 (1995) and Jefferson City’s record is 74 (1991). Both records have a high probability to be broken as afternoon temps are expected in the upper 70s.
Big changes are coming as a strong upper-level storm system will move off the West Coast and become accompanied by a strong cold front over the upper Great Plains. This system will bring a return of cloud cover and a slight chance for storms Thursday night with much cooler temps by Friday, highs in the 50s.
The weekend ahead appears to be much cooler than recent days with a chance for flurries on Sunday morning and showers on Monday and Tuesday. Temps will hold in the middle 40s with morning lows in the 20s and 30s. However, a brief warm-up with temps near 70 is possible on Tuesday. Stay tuned.
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