TODAY: A surface ridge will be developing in our area bringing us one of the first dry days for all of our counties in a while. A lot of sunshine expected today, with daytime highs topping off in the mid 80's across Mid-Missouri. Winds will be light and out of the west under 10 MPH. Dew points will not be as high, but high enough to where it will still feel slightly humid.
TONIGHT: Warm daytime highs will make it hard for overnight lows to fall out of the mid-low 60's, even with much less cloud cover. We'll see a return of the southerly wind flow during the overnight hours, which will aid in bringing storm chances again for Monday.
EXTENDED: Memorial Day will bring a small t-storm chance. Storms look to be hit and miss on Monday. Anything that develops though could become strong or severe. The unsettled and warm, humid weather pattern continues for much of next week. By Wednesday, a cold front will bring a noticeable change in the weather. Highs from Wednesday on into the weekend will be in the upper 70s. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17stormtrack on Twitter.