TODAY: We'll be mild with mostly sunny skies early then increasing clouds through the afternoon. An upper level disturbance will bring a slight shower chance Friday afternoon to the Lake of the Ozarks but most of Mid-Missouri will stay dry Friday. High temperatures will reach the lower 70s with light southwesterly winds.
TONIGHT: Any rain should be west of US 63 this evening, otherwise, dry and mostly cloudy. Temperatures will be 10-12 degrees warmer in the mid 50s overnight.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will climb into the mid 70s Saturday with a chance of t-storms mainly west of HWY 63 Saturday afternoon and evening. Showers and t-storms will increase Saturday night and decrease through Sunday morning. Under mostly cloudy skies Sunday, high temperatures will stay in the mid to upper 70s. Storms will move in from the west Sunday evening and spread east through Monday morning. Some storms could produce heavy rain at this time. WIth heavy rain in the forecast, minor flooding is to be expected, especially across the Missouri River. Storms will move east Monday morning with drier weather in the afternoon. A few strong storms can't be ruled out but at this time there is no severe threat through Monday. High temperatures will reach the upper 70s both Sunday and Monday with nights warming into the lower 60s. For additional weather updates, follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.