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April 25, 2014 Forecast

Friday, high pressure gives the right of way to an approaching low that is centered over Missouri this evening.

Clear skies and sunshine today, but still a little cool through the afternoon. Winds gusting to around 30 miles per hour helped temperatures that were just a handful of degrees below seasonal averages feel much cooler. This evening and overnight, winds will settle down and we can expect another mostly clear and cool night as a small area of high pressure sits overhead.

Friday, high pressure gives the right of way to an approaching low that is centered over Missouri this evening. As that low gets closer, winds turn south and clouds increase. Temperatures will climb into the middle 60s before showers become likely Friday afternoon and evening.

Showers continue into Saturday as cooler air sweeps in as showers taper off. Sunday and Monday look to be partly cloudy and dry, with temperatures remaining a little cool with highs in the middle to upper 50s. Rain becomes likely Tuesday through the end of the work week as a slow moving low gradually moves through the region.

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