Cold front on the way; showers and maybe a thunderstormMONDAY
Falling daytime temps; clearing lateTUESDAYMid 40sMostly sunny; the Snidely Stamp of Approval Day
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As I warned you about yesterday, Mountain Cedar was High today thanks to that Southern wind that gusted close to 45 miles-per-hour today. Conditions will improve tomorrow as the wind becomes strong from the Northwest.
COLD FRONT ON THE WAY
The next wave of cold air will move into the Ozarks by dawn Monday. With it comes enough lift to condense clouds and make a few rain showers here and there. You'll be able to track the latest model output on your left under "RadarCAST". That's the forecast for 3 hours from now.
There's enough instability, too, that some might hear some thunder. It's not quite Springtime, but things sure seem to be headed that way quickly.