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PHOTO GALLERY: Temperatures reach 84 degrees Tuesday

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 | 9:11 p.m. CDT; updated 9:17 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Caitlin Rice, a junior at MU, walks with her dog Dakota in the afternoon on Tuesday at Grindstone Nature Area. "It's a gorgeous day," Rice said. With temperatures in the 80s, some people took advantage of what could be one of the last warm days of fall.

Temperatures reached 84 degrees in the early evening Tuesday in Columbia, according to the National Weather Service.

After midnight, temperatures are projected to drop 30 degrees or more as winds shift northeast. Karl Sieczynski, spokesman for the National Weather Service, said rain is predicted for Wednesday and will likely end Thursday morning.

Jimmy Steffan, a local musician, walks his dogs Trixie, Johnny, and Ripley in the afternoon on Tuesday at Grindstone Nature Area. Grindstone is a popular dog park in Columbia due to its off-leash areas that allow dogs to run free.
Reeds are shown along Highway N on Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures reached 84 degrees in the early evening Tuesday in Columbia, according to the National Weather Service.
Trees along Highway N start to lose their leaves on Tuesday afternoon.

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