T-storms likely during the afternoon and evening.
Partly cloudy and pleasant.
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MORE RAIN EXPECTED TODAY
Many locations in the Ozarks received several inches of rain yesterday with barely any break in the precipitation. Thunderstorms are likely by the afternoon, a few of which could reach severe criteria, especially in southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. Hail and high winds are the main severe weather threats today but lightning and heavy rain will also be a concern.
DRIER CONDITIONS BY TOMORROW
Temperatures could warm into the 70s for highs this afternoon as a warm front lifts into the area. Thunderstorms should continue into the overnight hours ahead of a cold front but the rain will end from northwest to southeast across the area overnight and early tomorrow.
TEMPERATURE UPS AND DOWNS
Sunshine will return behind the front which will help warm temperatures into the mid 70s tomorrow. Another storm system will impact our conditions on Wednesday with a chance for thunderstorms. Much cooler air is expected to move in and remain in place through the end of the week and start of next weekend.