Partly cloudy by the afternoon, cool day
Mostly clear, light winds
Low to mid 50sPartly cloudy and warmer
24-hour forecastSatellite & RadarWind ChillAllergy IndexAlmanacRAIN MOVED OUT, CLOUDS LINGER
A cold front has moved east of the Ozarks early this morning taking the rain with it. Some low clouds linger behind the front but I do expect to see some clearing by the afternoon. Breezy west winds quickly ushered in cool air and temperatures don't look to recover much today. We'll slowly warm into the mid 40s by the afternoon with highs remaining in the 40s across Missouri to near 50 degrees in Arkansas.
Winds are expected to be out of the northwest and breezy today making it feel even cooler as the cold front and its associated storm system continue moving northeast. Skies will be mostly clear by tonight with lows falling to near 30 degrees. High temperatures, then, will warm back into the 50s on Sunday and for the first half of the workweek with partly cloudy sky conditions.
NEXT FRONT, NO RAIN
Another cold front is expected to move through the Ozarks on Wednesday but rain chances are looking slim for now. We will notice another drop in temperatures, though, behind that front with lows Thursday morning in the 20s and highs only in the mid 40s as surface high pressure settles in. It does look like there will be a bit of a warming trend into next weekend with no great rain chances throughout the next seven days.