Patchy Sunday morning fog has given way to partly sunny skies and more warm temperatures. Highs across the area will easily climb into the low 70s.
Clouds will be on the increase late tonight as our desired chance of rain moves in after midnight. This is also when we could hear a few rumbles of thunder. Expect some quick moving showers to continue early Monday morning. Wet weather wraps up after that with a few leftover sprinkles possible the rest of the day.
Unfortunately, rain amounts will be low and shouldn’t exceed more than .30″. And that’s the best we’ll be able to do. General amounts will be between .15 and .25″ across the area. Highs Monday will remain warm around the upper 60s under mostly cloudy skies.
We won’t see a major change until Friday when a strong storm system brings colder air back into the region. There will also be a chance for rain/snow. Locations closer to the MO/IA line will have a better shot at possibly seeing some light snow. We’re about to get a reminder that it’s still winter.