TONIGHT: Lines of showers and thunderstorms are developing in mid-Missouri ahead of a passing cold front. Moderate to heavy rain will push to the NNE through the evening hours. Northeastern Missouri remains under a marginal threat for severe weather. Flood Warnings are still in effect for all mid-Mo counties. A flash flood warning is in effect for Phelps and Pulaski counties until 10 PM Sunday. Temperatures tonight will be cool thanks to the passing cold front. Overnight lows are sitting in the lower 40s.
MONDAY: Light showers will linger into your Monday morning commute along with windy conditions. These showers will gradually taper off into the afternoon hours under mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be unseasonably cool near the mid 50s. Winds will be active for the most of Monday with gusts near 30 mph and sustained winds around 15 mph out of the southwest. By the evening hours, clouds will start breaking up with cool temps in lower 50s.
EXTENDED: We will warm back into the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday with a chance of showers and t-storms Wednesday. Drier weather settles in after the rain passes on Wednesday, giving us a drier end to the week and into the weekend. Thursday and Friday are looking dry and sunny with unseasonably cooler temperatures sticking around until Saturday. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.