SATURDAY: We are getting off to a wet start to the weekend here in Mid-Missouri. The heaviest of this round of rain will move off toward the north by 6 AM. Winds will turn out of the south, helping us to warm into the low 60s. We keep a chance of rain throughout the day as this system is slow to exit the area. Depending on how much clearing we can get into the afternoon, areas east of HWY 63 could see some strong storms fire once again, with the main threat being damaging winds and large hail once again.
TONIGHT: Light showers look to rotate through the area tonight as this system pulls off toward the northeast. Overnight lows will drop into the mid to upper 30s as cold air filters back into Mid-Missouri. Winds will continue to be breezy tonight, with gusts up to 30 mph, putting wind chills in the low 30s.
EXTENDED: Cold air will continue to funnel into the area Sunday, keeping our temperatures from getting out of the low 40s and continuing to hang on to breezy conditions in the morning. While some wintry mix can’t be ruled out for Sunday, most areas should stay on the dry side. We have a another chance of seeing a light wintry mix heading into Monday, as a weak upper disturbance tracks through the region. It looks like temperatures will stay below normal for the next week, with highs struggling to climb out of the 30s. Stay with ABC 17 News as we continue to track the latest details on the changing conditions.