TONIGHTLow 60sMostly Clear a bit warmerTHURSDAYUpper 80s
Mostly SunnyFRIDAYNear 90°Mostly Sunny, Hot
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Warm and Breezy
The wind is beginning to turn a little more southerly today and this will help to usher in warm and humid air to the Ozarks. Lows tonight should be just a touch warmer than last and drop to the lower 60s. The exception will be our eastern counties where upper 50s are still possible. A high pressure ridge will develop overhead this weekend which will help to increase the temperatures and keep the rain at a minimum. Highs for the next six days will hit the upper 80s and low 90s.
Rain Way Off on the Horizon
There could be a few pop up showers over the next few days but they will be very isolated with most areas still dry. The upper level pattern will begin to break down early next week and the chance for rain will increase. The models are hinting that a tropical disturbance will form sometime next week and head towards the Florida panhandle. This may act to reduce the amount of rain we may receive.