TONIGHT: It looks quiet and mild tonight with a partly cloudy to mostly clear sky. Temperatures will be warm again, only dropping to the mid to low 60s with southerly winds under 10 mph.
SATURDAY: Much like the past several mornings, Saturday will start off on the mild side. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 60s and winds will be light out of the southwest. Through the day, expect winds to pick up speed, as winds gust up to 30 mph through the afternoon hours. We’ll see another warm day, as highs will top out in the low ot mid 80s. While most if not all of Saturday will remain dry, storms will be tracking in from the northwest after 8 pm. Some of these storms will be on the strong side, with the potential for small to medium size hail and damaging winds.
EXTENDED: Scattered showers and storms are possible through Sunday morning with rain chances decreasing into the afternoon as the rain chance moves south with the front. There is a Marginal Risk for severe weather on Saturday night for damaging wind and large hail. High temperatures will reach into the low 70s Sunday. Storms could redevelop along this front south of the Missouri River where over the Ozarks and I-44 storms will be possible during the day on Sunday. Next week is looking unsettled with rain chances each day next week where rain amounts through next Friday could bring a total accumulation of 1″ to 4″ . Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.