(KFVS) - Good morning, today is Monday, February 10.
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Rain continues to fall this morning across the Heartland.
Lisa Michaels says temperatures will start to drop from northwest to southeast as a cold front pushes through during the early morning.
This front will dry out our northwestern counties today, but clouds will stick around in these areas.
Southeastern counties, western Kentucky and Tennessee will still see the chance of rain during the afternoon. Temps may increase a few degrees from this morning during the afternoon, but they will max out in the 40s and 50s.
Tonight light rain may move back in with the small chance of flurries in northern portions of southeast Missouri and southern Illinois.
Clouds and rain are in the forecast for the first half of this week. We will see sunshine just in time for Valentines day, but chilly temps arrive too.
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