Tracking continued cool air, with warmer days ahead
TODAY: Thursday will be another seasonable day, with winter-like temperatures. After waking up to sunshine, expect clouds and a northwest breeze around 10-15 mph to limit highs to the upper 30s and low 40s.
TONIGHT: We stay dry, and clouds hang on for the early evening, but overnight, winds shift, and low clouds start to leave to the east. Winds turn from the southwest, but temperatures drop quickly by sunrise with clearing skies.
EXTENDED: Friday starts with sunshine, and with winds from the south, we'll warm more quickly, reaching upper 40s by the afternoon, when more clouds begin to fill in. This change is ahead of a surface low that moves in from the west. Questions remain about exact timing and placement, but overall, this is expected to bring a chance for modest showers. Depending on the track of this, we may also see some flakes try to mix in for communities like Brunswick, Macon, Moberly and Paris. This may also translate farther south, but there is uncertainty with this. Either way, any snowfall should be limited with temperatures and conditions not favorable for accumulation. After highs in the mid 40s on Saturday, we'll be slightly cooler near 40 on Sunday with dry conditions. Another warm up boosts us into the 50s on Monday, and nearly there on Tuesday. Dry weather looks to hold on through Wednesday at this point.