TODAY: Drizzle is possible this morning, with our better rain chances this afternoon. Amounts near .10-.25" are likely for most areas today with pockets of .50" possible. Temperatures will stay in the 40s today as southwest winds continue to transfer mild air today. The system moving in today will move over northern Missouri tonight, before lifting and north on Tuesday.
TONIGHT: Rain showers taper off this evening by 6PM west of HWY 63 and east of HWY 54 by 9PM. Overnight low temperatures will be what our high temperatures are suppose to be for December 22, near 37-39 overnight, nearly 16-18 above average.
EXTENDED: There is a slight chance of light snow/rain mix Tuesday evening as this system pulls north and east. No accumulation is expected. On Wednesday, Christmas Eve, on the backside of this system flurries will be possible for areas east of HWY 63. Temperatures warm into the mid 40s for Christmas Day with partly cloudy skies. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.