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Dave Murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco:

***Cooler temps on wednesday…Then unsettled from thursday night into saturday night…Concerns about strong storms late saturday and saturday night***


Partly sunny and cooler
Winds: north 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 62 degrees

Wednesday night:

Clear skies and chilly
Winds: northwest 5-10 m.P.H.
Low: 43 degrees


Partly sunny…Clouds increase in the afternoon…Pleasant
Winds: south 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 66 degrees

Some rain shwoers around thursday night

The weather disco:

The jet stream is zipping over the nation…The overall pace is rather quick for this time of year…Something more like late october into november…Quiet weather on wednesday…Cooler than the nice stuff on tuesday…Okay thursday…A few degrees warmer…A little southerly flow…Then another cold front arrives thursday night with some rain showers…This is the start of a rather unsettled weather period…Thursday night, friday, friday night and saturday…It will not be rainning all the time…The main focus will be thursday night…Late friday night and then late saturday and saturday night.
We are starting to get into the second season for storms…October into november…When we see a little up-tick in severe weather…Could see some strong storms on late saturday into saturday evening…Too early to call where the strongest action will fire…But thinking the focus will be iowa into northwest and north-central missouri. Temperatures will be cool thursday and friday…Much warmer saturday and sunday…Ahead of the next system…With a drop off in temperature sunday afternoon. The next system is a large low pressure coming out of the southwest…This will be a cutter…Tracking to our west…But in time will drag a strong cold front our way…Thats the front that will be the focus for some strong storms…Stay up to date over the weekend.

Check out all the maps below: click on links…They will give you a great overview of the weather

Surface map:


National radar:


Severe weather:


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Snow maps: