Increasing clouds; a few flurries north
30sVariable clouds, colder
Satellite & RadarFeels LikeAllergy IndexAlmanacGood morning. We'll warm up a few more degrees today compared to yesterday with most locations seeing highs in the 40s. High clouds will drift across from the southwest today, and then increase from the north tonight behind a cold front. There will be some decent lift behind this front as an upper level trough passes through, but moisture will be lacking. A few snow flurries are possible mainly over central Missouri but nothing substantial. Friday will bring a mixture of clouds and sun with highs back into the 30s. A large area of high pressure will drop in on Saturday morning bringing lows in the teens. A south breeze will then develop in the afternoon with highs recovering back into the low 40s, with slightly warmer conditions on Sunday. Models still don't agree on a possible storm next week, but at this point it looks like we could see some rain on Tuesday or Wednesday.