TONIGHT: We'll have a hard freeze tonight as temperatures drop to the freezing mark by midnight, producing a widespread frost. There is a Freeze Warning from 10 PM tonight to 9 AM Sunday morning. Low temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 20s by early Sunday morning with westerly winds under 7 mph. Wind chill values by sunrise will be approaching the 20 degree mark.
SUNDAY. While it will be warmer Sunday, the start of the morning will be the coldest we've seen since March. Temperatures will start off in the mid to upper 20s and quickly climb into the mid 50s. Sunny skies will be around for the first part of the day, with building clouds by the afternoon hours. Winds will be out of the southwest through the day up to 13 mph..
EXTENDED: Another cold front moves in Monday morning bringing a slight chance of showers and another surge of cooler air. This will keep us in the upper 40s Monday and only in the mid to upper 40s for Halloween. We are watching for the possibility of showers Tuesday night after 7 PM into Wednesday morning as moisture moves in from the southwest. The greatest threat for rain will be through the night Tuesday into Wednesday morning. For now it looks like the bulk of the activity looks to be along and south of Interstate 70, with a few spot showers north. There is still some uncertainty on how far north the rain will develop and we will have updates and more details as new data comes in. Temperatures through the middle of next week will slowly warm into the low to mid 60s, with it feeling more seasonable across Mid-Missouri. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.