Rain increases from West to East
Rain through Midnight; then cloudy with drizzleTHURSDAYUpper 40s
Partial clearing; noticeably colder
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NEARLY STEADY TEMPS OVERNIGHT
Temps chill quickly... and should remain fairly steady for the rest of the night from this point on. As drier air moves in on a light West wind, expect morning lows to dip into the upper 20s and low 30s.
INTO THE (DEER) WOODS
Hunters: Stay Warm! Our recent treat of mild temps won't be with you Sunday morning. Winds should continue from the West up to 10 miles per hour for most of the day. Also... remember to be extra careful with your campfire. Fire Danger remains very high regionwide.
THE WEEK TO COME
Sunday looks like the absolute driest of the next four days as Monday and Tuesday will quickly rebuild moisture to levels that may be capable of supporting some light rain showers late Monday, Tuesday and maybe again Wednesday. No drought-busters are expected here... but it should also be enough to hold the next seven days in the 40s and 50s across the Ozarks.