TODAY: Showers and storms will continue through the day, with our biggest concern being for localized flooding with repeated rainfall over some already wet areas. Otherwise, severe weather is unlikely, but an isolated strong storm near I-44 yet again cannot be ruled out. Overall, expect a wet and cool day with highs in the low 60s southeast of Columbia, and 50s to the northwest. Rain will come to an end after the dinner hour for most; closer to late evening.
TONIGHT: Skies will start to clear overnight, an element that helps us drop into the mid 40s.
EXTENDED: Tomorrow, partly cloudy skies and a cool start keep temperatures in the mid to high 60s at best. The cool air stays for a while, highs in the upper 60s Monday and Tuesday. Rain chances return Monday night and Tuesday. Another system surges in from the south, bringing chances for rain returning Wednesday. Showers linger for Thursday. Temperatures struggle to reach 70 both days. By Friday, we're looking at more sunshine with a high in the mid 70s.