STORM ALERT | Severe weather risk now lower for St. Louis Tuesday

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The steadiest rain will be moving through during the commute as a warm front lifts over the area. It's breezy and mostly cloudy otherwise.

The cold front will push across the state tomorrow, and temperatures will be limited to the mid 60s.

Everyone will be tucked in the warm sector of our system Wednesday, meaning it will feel like sauna-ish again soon. We will have temperatures cool off into the upper 40s and lower 50s. Wind: S/SE 5-15. Low: 66.

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On Wednesday, "summer-like warmth and humidity" are forecast to return along with continued scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening. This action will be coming at us from southwest to northeast and is ahead of a strong cold front.

The risk for severe weather is now lower for the St. Louis area as the Storm Prediction Center has removed the "slight" risk of severe thunderstorms for Tuesday.

Forecasters said the steady rain "should wind down" later Tuesday, but the precipitation won't end there. Times with sun and clouds will be accompanied by the refreshing lower 70s both days.

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