Rain Thursday Afternoon; A Dry Weekend Ahead

Ann Santiago
March 2, 2018

Another cold front will move through the area Monday and will bring yet another chance for some rain. During the afternoon, winds could reach 30mph thanks to colder air moving into the area. Most of the crests will occur late this weekend or early next week. 54 to low to mid 60s across Southern Missouri into Northern Arkansas. Leftover moisture in our cloudy skies may squeeze out a few flurries or stray showers out east overnight.

In any storm that develops damaging wind will be the main threat. There's also uncertainty on next week's weather mainly with temperatures but also how quickly the storm system Sunday night will move out on Monday.

A cold front will be approaching from the west on Thursday.

Sunshine returns Tuesday with temperatures climbing back to around 60 degrees.

Friday through Saturday looks like a nice stretch.

Saturday looks like the pick day of the weekend with highs near 60° and sunny skies.

Quiet weather pattern settles in for a few days with above normal temperatures. Much of the rainfall will actually occur just behind the front, and that will be ending from northwest to southeast during the afternoon across the northwest and evening across the southeast. Morning clouds will clear to mostly sunny skies as northwesterly winds at 15 miles per hour gust to 25 at times in the afternoon.

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