High pressure has settled in over the Midwest, keeping mid-Missouri sunny and cool Tuesday. Winds are relatively calm Tuesday afternoon, but as high pressure moves east, winds shift to the south for Wednesday.
Temperatures Monday will be nearly 30 degrees below average as temperatures stay just below the 40 degree mark. Gusty north winds will bring wind chills into the 20s through the afternoon hours. We'll see a mix of light rain and flurries through late afternoon then skies will slowly begin to clear by late evening.
We're starting the work week warm and windy with a southerly breeze and gusts up to 30 miles per hour. High temperatures reach the low 70s Monday afternoon, then cool into the middle 30s overnight as a cold front drops through the Show-Me state. This cold front could allow for some scattered light rain before dawn.