A cooler summer afternoon with a shower or t-storm around

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Not everyone will see showers and storms, as they will be widely scattered to isolated in nature, meaning: hit or miss, one here - one there. A few of the normally cooler spots may dip down into the upper 40s by daybreak! A few more clouds and still a small shower threat is expected for Tuesday, but it's another day with comfortable conditions. High temperatures will warm up to the upper 80s. Expect highs in the mid to upper 80s today with low again in the 60s.

More widespread showers and storms are possible on Saturday as a cold front pushes through the Mid-South.

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Wednesday is a wonderful day weather-wise, with low humidity and sunshine. Friday is hot and definitely more humid. Thursday evening, a line of storms in northwestern Missouri will move southeast to near HWY 24 7-9 PM, moving south overnight.

THURSDAY/FRIDAY: The "muggies" come back with rising dew points, and accordingly we will need to bring back the chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.

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Wed: High: 92 Low: 73 Mostly suny to partly cloudy, windy. Temperatures through the weekend will hover in the low to mid 80s. Morning lows are very warm in the lower 70s. We do not think the entire day will be a washout, but it will be mostly cloudy and any storms that do develop could produce heavy rainfall.

Wednesday will start off sunny in many spots, but some developing clouds will mix in with the bright skies at times late morning and afternoon.

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Stay Tuned to Channel 3 Eyewitness News as we fine tune the forecast for the 4 of July Weekend!

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