May 30, 2024

The Lake Tribune

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Tracking a cold front that will bring more rain and a big cool-down by tomorrow.

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TONIGHT: Predominantly cloudy skies with a brief shower possible. Temperatures to hover around the low 60s.

TOMORROW: Morning starts warm, nearing 70, but expect a drop to the 50s as a cold front approaches. Showers and potential thunderstorms are anticipated from mid to late afternoon.

EXTENDED: The overcast condition persists overnight with temperatures staying in the low 60s. The impending cold front will cause a temperature decline from the high 60s to the low 50s, accompanied by possible rain or storms. By Friday night, the weather will be cooler and dry, with temperatures dropping to the high 30s to 40 by Saturday morning. Rain is expected to reappear Saturday afternoon, setting a somber tone for the weekend’s onset. Saturday’s highs will barely touch 50. Sunday promises even colder weather, starting in the high 30s and peaking in the low 40s, with persistent rain. Northern Missouri might see light flurries or occasional sleet, primarily north of Highway 36. Rain shifts southward Sunday night, preventing any wintry precipitation. However, a sharp freeze is anticipated with lows in the high 20s and Monday morning’s wind chills potentially hitting the high teens. The ensuing week will remain colder than usual, including a chilly Halloween morning in the mid-20s and evening temperatures in the high 30s to low 40s. The week largely promises dry weather, with temperatures expected to rise slightly by week’s end.

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