TONIGHT: A dry and mild night will be underway for Mid-Missouri, as temperatures will fall into the lower 60s. Winds this evening will be out of the SE under 8 mph. Where rain fell through the day, patchy fog is likely to settle into the low-lying areas.
FRIDAY: Other than the chance for some patchy fog, the morning hours will be mild with decreasing clouds. Temperatures through the day will be warm and humid, thanks to Thursday’s warm front. Temperatures tomorrow will have no problem warming into the middle and upper 80s, with some spot storms developing thanks to heating. Any storms we do see will dissipate as we head into the evening.
EXTENDED: Some scattered storms are possible as we head into Saturday afternoon, but the best chances comes by Sunday thanks to a passing cold front. At this time, there is not a risk for severe weather. Sunday morning we’ll need to watch for storms, but these look to impact those south of I-70 mainly. Starting next week, as a ridge builds in from the southwest we’ll finally see some dry days and slightly cooler temperatures. For additional weather updates follow us @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and like us on Facebook.