TONIGHT: Dry and partly cloudy until the overnight hours. Storms moving back in after midnight. A few storms may bring locally heavy rain and gusty winds. Lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
TOMORROW: Showers and a few storms early, with clouds gradually decreasing through the day. Highs in the lower 70s.
EXTENDED: Showers and a few thunderstorms continue to move east across Mid-Missouri with heavy rain possible through late afternoon. As this round exits, we'll have a drier evening with temperatures bouncing back into the 60s. A cold front out to our west this afternoon will trigger a line of severe storms across eastern Kansas tonight, and that will move into western Missouri likely after midnight. Storms may still be somewhat intense as they reach the Highway 65 corridor overnight, but will continue to weaken as they track east into Saturday morning. The greatest threat with any storms late tonight will be isolated strong winds between 40-50 mph. The cold front pushes across eastern Missouri tomorrow morning, leaving us drier with gusty winds during the day. Winds could pick up to about 30 mph, but temperatures remain in the lower 70s for highs. Sunday is looking beautiful with less cloud cover and highs right around 70. Rain returns by Monday into Tuesday morning, dropping us into the mid-60s by Tuesday afternoon. We'll have a break from rain for most of Tuesday before another front works in on Wednesday and brings a chance of showers and storms through Thursday.