SATURDAY: Showers possible early but decreasing through the morning. Additional showers & t-storms will develop in the afternoon through evening with the best chance east. A few could be strong with heavy rain for areas east of US 63 and along I-44. Large hail over 1 inch in diameter is also possible in the afternoon storms. Rainfall amounts are expected to come in at .75" to 2" with highest amounts south of I-70. High temperatures expected to reach the low to mid 70's.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will cool into the low 50's tonight as cooler air swings in behind the cold front. Skies will remain partly cloudy with winds staying fairly light out of the north at 5-7 mph. Spotty showers will be possible north of I-70.
EXTENDED: It will be cooler Sunday with highs in the lower 60's. There is a chance of a few showers mainly in the morning but those will be very hit and miss. There could also be some very spotty afternoon showers as the low pressure center moves past. Next week looks drier with a slight rain chance by Wednesday. High temperatures will reach the upper 60's early in the week, climbing into the 70's later. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.