TONIGHT: Isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible along and south of a stationary boundary into the late afternoon and early evening. The boundary will slowly sink south overnight, ending rain chances before dawn Wednesday. A few of the thunderstorms that do develop early in the evening could contain marginally large hail and gusty winds up to 60 MPH. Temperatures fall into the lower to middle 40s, with cooler temperatures along and north of HWY 36. Some patchy frost is possible where temperatures get close to the freezing mark.
WEDNESDAY: High pressure builds in, bringing sinking air, light winds, and mostly sunny skies. High temperatures will be cooler, in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. Clear skies are expected in the evening, with overnight lows in the upper 30s to near 40.
EXTENDED: Thursday will be another dry, typical spring-like day in Mid-Missouri as high pressure continues to have control over our weather. A better chance of rain and a few thunderstorms will come late in the day on Friday and Saturday morning as a cold front approaches. Temperatures will remain near or below average through the remainder of the week into the weekend. Saturday night into Sunday we begin to dry out, but rain chances return late Sunday night into Monday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.