Cloudy Start, Sunny End To The Weekend
Updated by KSFY Meteorologist Liz Whalley on Saturday, April 25 at 10:45 PM
Clouds will begin to clear out through the night as a low situated over northern Missouri continues to shift farther east, taking the clouds with it. Winds remaining at a steady 10-15 mph range, but will drop off to 5-10 through the overnight hours. Sunday morning lows staying above freezing with majority of us in the upper 30 degree range.
Sunshine and warmer temperatures return for Sunday. Our highs will top out in the mid 60s with an east breeze at 10-15 mph.
A dry, warming trend will continue on into next week. Summer-like weather returns with highs in the 70s and a good amount of sunshine.
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Clouds, Scattered Storms Today, Warmer Next Week
It is going to be mostly cloudy with scattered rain and thunderstorms possible over the next couple of days. Not bad news at all, considering the Drought Monitor that was released yesterday has again expanded moderate drought over much of our region.
Today will be cloudy with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms possible. High temperatures will reach the low 60s this afternoon. Rainfall amounts of up to one-tenth of an inch are possible. If you're one of the lucky ones that get an isolated thunderstorm, you can tack on an additional one to two-tenths of an inch.