TONIGHT: We’ll keep those mostly clear skies heading into the overnight hours, which will allow us to cool off once again. Overnight lows will fall to near 30 degrees, with southeasterly winds up to 8 mph keeping wind chill values in the mid 20s. Frost is possible as you step out the door tomorrow morning.
TUESDAY: Following a cold start to the morning, southerly winds through the day will bring the return to mild conditions. Afternoon highs will top out in the mid 50s under mostly sunny skies, with clouds steadily on the increase into the afternoon hours.
EXTENDED: Heading into Wednesday, we’ll be tracking an upper level wave that looks to bring us a chance of rain. Right now, timing looks to be Wednesday evening into Thursday afternoon when Mid-Missouri should expect some light showers. Rain amounts will be fairly light, with many locations topping our near .25″ of rain as we close the door on Friday. As the system exits late Thursday, cooler air will filter in to close out the work week. We only top out in the middle 40s Thursday with cloud cover lingering and low 40s by Friday. Stick with ABC 17 News on air and online for the latest changes to tracks and forecasts.