President Trump to meet with aluminum, steel execs
Exports account for more than half of the local economy in Columbus, Indiana, and 25 percent of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin's economy. The competing economic instincts that are dividing Trump from the rest of his Republican Party were on full display Thursday.
Highs Sunday should reach the seasonable low and middle 60s amid variable clouds and growing shower chances by the evening.
Once that front moves out, high pressure will move in, and we will see sunshine return Thursday before rain showers move in for the end of the week. Some areas across Mid-Missouri could see some bands of heavier snow falling this morning, which will lead to some light accumulations, mainly on grassy or elevated surfaces. The rainy weekend curse could continue next weekend, with a chance for rain Saturday and Sunday. We can expect periods of rain today along with winds becoming increasingly gustier. We will get back to normal on Wednesday with highs in the low 50s. Rain is likely and could be heavy at times. We'll hold on to below average temperatures through mid week with highs in the low to mid 40s and dry weather. The high on Monday will be near 45 degrees. Nighttime low Sunday will be in the 40s and chilly 30s Monday. Also, colder air will filter in to the area behind the storm system giving us a chance of wintry mix late Monday. No severe weather is expected.