Rain on the way tomorrow!

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ain today stayed in our northwestern counties. Some very localized areas received upwards of 1.5in of rain. For the most part the storms fell apart and most only saw about a tenth of an inch. That first round of rain will move out by the later evening hours. Clouds will remain in the skies tonight and we'll cool across the Ozarks to 70 degrees.

Cold front moves in tomorrow! Ahead of the front expect gusty winds upwards of 30mph. Before the passage of the front I still expect temperatures to reach 80 degrees for the high. The front will push southeast through Missouri midday, when it does temperatures will drop in the afternoon across the area to the mid 70s. Rain will move through along with that front. Nothing severe is expected... but gusty winds, heavy rain, and lightning is all possible. Thunderstorms will linger through most of the afternoon and evening in the Ozarks. The storms will finally clear out late Sunday night.

Expect a cooler evening Sunday night with temperatures in the 60s. Dry on Monday for our first day of Fall, as well as cooler temperatures. Looking ahead at next week, temperatures are dancing around normal for this time of year. More rain moves in Tuesday as a result of another front.

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