TODAY: Clouds slowly exit throughout the day. Highs in the upper 30s near 40. Winds will pick up late tonight as a minor disturbance creeps in.
TOMORROW: Northerly flow returning will push temps down into the 30s throughout the day. Mid-MO will manage to dodge precip from a weak passing system.
EXTENDED: Monday starts off mild with highs in the upper 40s to around 50, but yet another system will clip the area overnight into Tuesday. Rain chances look best to our south, so it will just be another dip in temperatures as the cold front moves east. Highs only make the 20s on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the potential for low temperatures to fall near or just below ten degrees. Toward the end of the week, another disturbance could bring some precipitation on Thursday along with warmer temperatures to end the week.