A weak cold front will progress southeastward through the central Great Plains overnight, arriving in the northwestern corner of Missouri by tomorrow morning. With the limited amount of moisture in place, this front is not expected to be a heavy rain producer by any means. Showers are expected to be spotty throughout the day as bands of light rain sweep from the northwest to the southeast by the end of the day, eventually tracking south of the I-44 corridor by tomorrow evening.
Temperature-wise, Sunday will be another mild day, with temperatures reaching into the lower 50s for areas to the far north and lower 60s for counties just north and along I-44. Compared to today, daytime highs will be slightly cooler due to the extra cloud cover produced by the impending frontal passage.