A strong low pressure system centered early Friday over southeast Nebraska moves to central IN by Sunday morning. In addition to the warm up, the wind will also be responsible for another high fire danger threat for much of KAKEland. This front could spark strong to severe storms across far Eastern Kansas and across Missouri. As temperatures fall during the afternoon, rain will change over to snow for Northwest Kansas and a few flurries could fall across the Southwest. Precipitation will start mainly as rain after midnight in Central Wisconsin, then begin to track north. Snow will begin to mix with the rain in Northern Wisconsin tomorrow morning. By Saturday evening, rainfall totals over a half-inch are likely, and places near and north of Highway 20 have the best shot and getting more an inch. North wind 10 to 20 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.
Occasional rain will last into Saturday.
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Temperatures are expected to climb into the 70s across the St. Louis area for two days before a cloudy and potentially wet weekend with highs in the 60s, the National Weather Service said. That warm front will cause a big temperature spread - highs should stay in the 40s toward the Minnesota border, but may top 70 degrees again south of Interstate 80.