TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with patchy fog developing by morning. Lows in the upper 30s to around 40.
TOMORROW: Morning fog with mostly cloudy skies during the day. Rain moves in around midnight or just before. Highs in the lower 50s.
EXTENDED: Spotty showers have been hard to come by, but we can't rule out areas of patchy drizzle into this evening. Patchy fog develops by sunrise, diminishing by mid-late morning. Most of the day is cloudy with slightly warmer temperatures in the lower 50s. Low pressure to our southwest will start moving in our direction, bringing widespread showers after midnight from south to north. Expect a rainy start to Thursday, with drier air trying to move in by afternoon. Scattered showers continue into Thursday night. Rain amounts will be in the 0.5" to 1" range, with the higher end near the Lake of the Ozarks and I-44. Showers will have exited by Friday morning, but clouds try to linger, keeping us in the mid-upper 40s behind the front on Friday. Saturday's looking mainly dry with the best chance of rain near the I-44 corridor. I kept a low chance for a few showers on Sunday ahead of our next low pressure system, but that looks to make more of an impact by Monday or Tuesday. Temperatures will be warming up into next week, with the potential of a few storms by Monday night. Right now, the best chance for anything severe looks more confined to our southwest across southwest Missouri and Arkansas.