Upper 40sCloudy with isolated light rain.
Chance of rain showers.
Chance of rain, especially north.
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FEW LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS
Clouds moved in last night and will stay in our sky for the next several days. A round of light rain showers moved northeastward through the Ozarks this morning and at noon time another round of light rain was heading our way from Oklahoma so some of us could see some drizzle or light rain at times this afternoon.
INCREASING CHANCES OF RAIN
Temperatures are going to stay mild for the first half of the week ahead of a storm system that is currently off the coast of southern California. Moisture will increase as lifting occurs ahead of that system and rain will be the result. Showers are possible tonight and again tomorrow. The best chance for rain tomorrow appears to be north of Interstate 44.
Rain is expected area wide on Wednesday as temperatures reach the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. There could even be a few rumbles of thunder at times. A cold front is going to move through early Thursday which will end our precipitation chances. At this time, temperatures look to stay above freezing for highs and lows so no winter weather is expected this time around.
SLIGHT COOL DOWN
Temperatures will be slightly cooler but still near average for the end of the week. Our next chance for precipitation appears to be late next weekend.