TONIGHT30sCloudy; a few rain or snow showers possible.
Mostly cloudy with scattered rain or snow showers.
Satellite & RadarWind Chill
Good afternoon! Clouds are trying to thin or break from the west at the noon hour. Temperatures range from the 30s to the lower 40s, and highs will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s from east to west today. A weak system is also coming our way from the west and will bring the chance for a few showers over the region tonight. Temperatures will be cold enough aloft for snow or sleet but likely too warm in most places near the surface. Mostly rain showers are possible but a few spots may see very light snow showers, particularly over the higher mountains in Arkansas. A cold front will make its way through the region tomorrow--likely around lunch for Springfield. Clouds will once again play a role in high temperatures, with a range from the upper 30s to lower 40s from north to south. Along and just behind the arctic front there could be some snow showers again, but this will not accumulate. Arctic high pressure will plunge into the middle US behind this front, sending temperatures to the lowest readings so far this season. Lows on Saturday and Sunday mornings could be as cold as the single digits if we can stay clear enough, but in the teens otherwise. Highs will be mostly in the 20s on Saturday and 30s on Sunday. I don't have any changes on the Monday snow chance. It still looks like we'll at least begin with snow--which will likely stick over the western Ozark--then change to rain as we warm a bit during the day.