TONIGHT: It’s an unseasonably cold night across Mid-MO as temperatures drop into the upper 20s and low 30s . Winds will gradually die down through the evening, but will remain persistent out of the north up to 10 mph . This will create for a chilly start to Sunday. We’ll stay dry through the night with clear skies.
SUNDAY: After a cold start, temperatures will manage to rebound back into the upper 40s by the afternoon with abundant sunshine. There will be a cool breeze out of the north through the day with winds up to 6 -8 mph .
EXTENDED: Upper-level flow will relax to start the work week. That will lead to lots of dry time and slowly warming temperatures. Even though we will start the week dry, river levels will be cresting through this time. Tuesday may see a spot shower north of I-70, but most areas will stay dry. Our warmest day looks to be Wednesday with highs back near 70. Rain will increase Wednesday night into Thursday ahead of our next system that will cool us down into the end of next week.