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ST. LOUIS – One more hot and humid day Sunday before our pattern changes as a front stalls across our area for much of the work week. This will bring a break from the heat as well as much needed rain.

On Sunday, high temperatures climb to around 100 and heat indices to 105+. The Heat Advisory in effect includes the entire area through 8 p.m. As a cold front drops into the area this afternoon and evening, a few isolated storms are possible. We’ll also see increasing clouds this afternoon and evening along with the front.

More widespread rain and storms look to develop overnight along the cold front as it continues south. Not everyone gets rain with this first round. The best chances for rain tonight look to stay south of the metro. Showers and a few storms will continue through the day on Monday. Monday will be much cooler thanks to the showers and cloud cover. Highs in the lower half of the 80s.

Rain chances vary over the course of the week. Multiple rounds of showers and storms are possible, but lots of dry time in between and not everyone sees rain every day.