TODAY: Clouds fill in early, keeping morning lows insulated in the 20s. Highs manage to reach the upper 40s.
TOMORROW: Lows hold just above freezing early Monday. Temperatures warm slightly further to the low 50s under cloudy skies. A stray shower is possible during the day south of I-70.
EXTENDED: A cold front moves in late Monday but will produce little in the way of precipitation. The biggest impact will be on temperatures, as highs fall back to the lower 40s Tuesday. Chances for rain increase slightly on Tuesday, but the greatest chances of showers are aiming for Wednesday and Thursday. Thursday morning is when we could see the most widespread rainfall across Missouri, and the precipitation could last through much of the day. Temperatures through the week don't shift much because of the constant cloud cover we'll experience. They look to hang around the mid-30s in the mornings and low to mid-40s in the afternoons. Friday and Saturday still see chances for rain, but as of right now they are a bit lower, and still far out.