Increasing clouds with freezing fog possible in some spots
Cloudy with slight chance of isolated showersTUESDAYLow 50s
Mostly cloudy with rain showers likely
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Clouds Move in Tonight
After another bright and sunny day across the Ozarks, the clouds will begin to filter in overnight in advance of our next weather system. Tonight, expect increasing clouds with low temperatures in the upper 20s and winds from the south at 5-10 mph. Once again, patchy areas of freezing fog are possible when you wake up Monday morning so watch out for reduced visibilities.
Lots of Rain in the Forecast
As temperatures continue their warming trend and moisture builds in from the south, we'll have several chances to see some rainfall and even a thunderstorm or two by Wednesday. We could start seeing some showers as early as Monday although the more organized rain will move into the Ozarks on Tuesday and be isolated in nature. The cold front looks to pass Wednesday into Wednesday night and showers and thunderstorms are likely out ahead of the front. Temperatures get knocked down behind that front back into the lower 40 and we'll have dry skies on Thursday afternoon and Friday. More rain chances exist for next weekend when temperatures look to rebound to the mid 40s once again.