TODAY: Well before sunrise, cloud cover has started to fill the sky ahead of a complex of storms that has passed by to our west. By sunrise, this system will start to drift east into mid-Missouri. By this point, thunderstorm activity will begin to wane, and it will become a chance for showers and a few rumbles of thunder for folks generally south of I-70. In general, this will be mostly a morning event, with a chance for only isolated thunderstorms returning this afternoon. Expect mostly cloudy skies this morning, with more sunshine in the afternoon, and a high near 80.
TONIGHT: Stuck in an active pattern, most of the night remains dry and clear until skies begin to cloud up again early Tuesday. Temperatures drop into the low 60s.
EXTENDED: These clouds will be from another complex of storms that looks to be die to our west. We may see a few straggling showers as it approaches, but it may also generate a few isolated storms in the afternoon. Overall, Tuesday looks like a mostly dry day, with a spot chance for rain. Expect highs to remain in the upper 70s for highs. The storm train brings us what looks like yet another round of storms on Wednesday morning. This again looks to be a morning focus, limiting any severe potential at this point. Expect a high again in the upper 70s and low 80s. It looks like we may get a break from the storm train on Thursday with generally dry weather and a high in the upper 70s and low 80s. One last round of storms rolls in on Friday, before generally drier weather this weekend. Temperatures are a bit cooler Friday, with highs back near 80 this weekend.