TUESDAY: We'll wake up to some patchy fog, but with temperatures above freezing, slick spots are not an issue like yesterday. We'll manage some sun this afternoon as partly cloudy skies move in as highs top out in the upper 40's to low 50's again.
TONIGHT: A cold front will move toward the region overnight, which could provide enough focus for a spot sprinkle. Some patchy morning fog will be possible again. Lows will only back off into the upper 30's and low 40's.
EXTENDED: After a warm start on Wednesday, breezy northwest winds will hold temperatures in the 50's for a good portion of the day, otherwise we might be able to make a run into the 60's. It's still a good day to get out and enjoy as partly cloudy skies take the place of those spot sprinkles leftover from the morning. Thursday's cooler with highs not able to get out of the 30s with most of us staying dry during the day. Late Thursday into Friday, our next storm system will work into the region. Initially when this system pushes in, we may have enough cold air in place that precipitation comes down as some sort of wintry mix before changing over to liquid rain. Cooler air still looks in store behind this system with highs in the 30's this weekend. Stay with us as we track this latest system into mid-Missouri.