TONIGHT: I'm tracking clear skies, with calm winds from the ESE at 5-8 mph. In the early morning hours before sunrise, river valley fog and fog patches could be possible with these current conditions sticking around.
TOMORROW: I'm tracking a very similar setup to today, as temperatures climb into the high 80s and potentially low 90s. They should be slightly cooler than today, and mostly sunny sky conditions will once again be observed.
EXTENDED: I'm tracking the mostly sunny sky conditions and temperatures in the mid to high 80s sticking around into the start of the next work week. As Tuesday comes around, clouds will start to build into the viewing area as a trough pushes in from the west. Slight rain chances will appear Tuesday night, but the main focus for rainfall and thunderstorm activity lands on Wednesday. This comes along with a cold front, which will drop our temperatures significantly for the rest of the week into next weekend. Once rain chances exit Thursday, mid-MO will end the week in the low 70s and possibly high 60s when the weekend rolls around.