While not exactly a heavy rainfall event, Monday will go in the books as a very gray, damp day but with unseasonably mild temperatures.
Low level moisture is in the process of moving north and will spread across our skies overnight. Eventually a little mist or drizzle will develop very late. Fortunately temperatures will hold steady if not climb a few degrees keeping roads just wet and not icy.
The rest of Monday stays cloudy with a few rain showers moving through. Temperatures will reach the mid 40s up north to mid and even upper 50s down south. The Kansas City metro should hold in the 51 – 54 range.
Rainfall amounts will on the light side from .01″ to .20″.
Tuesday brings a strong cold front into the area during the morning. Rain showers are likely ahead of this boundary and “if” the cold air behind the front can catch the showers, a very brief wintry mix would be possible.