SATURDAY: Clear skies and warmth will dominate today with highs in the middle 50's with a breeze out of the south.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Clouds will be on the increase as we will have rain moving in from the south and starting to fall early morning on Sunday. Lows in the middle 30's.
EXTENDED: Rain will move in from the south traveling north throughout Sunday. This rain is going to start in the later afternoon and stick around the rest of the day and be light to moderate most of the time. The rain intensity will amp up overnight for places south of I-70 and could drop up to 2 inches of rain overnight. This is why the National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WATCH for Pulaski, Camden, and Phelps counties which last until Monday at 6 pm. Rain will continue through Monday and likely exit last Monday night. We will get a brief break between that system and the next which could bring a mix of rain and snow Tuesday evening/overnight into Wednesday morning. The chances are lower for now on this system but it is farther out. Most places in the viewing area will accrue about an inch or more of liquid precipitation from these combined systems. We will be on a gradual decrease in temperatures throughout the week, slowly bringing us back into winter conditions by mid-week.