(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Monday, Nov. 19.
Lisa Michaels says a light rain will be moving through the eastern side of the Heartland in the morning hours. Other areas in the Heartland will experience foggy and misty conditions.
Today we will hang onto the clouds with our high temperatures in the low to mid 40s. There is the chance of seeing sun if the clouds break up during the afternoon, otherwise we won’t see a clearing until tonight which will put our temperatures near and below freezing.
Travel conditions for Thanksgiving are looking great. The next couple of days will be dry and warm with temperatures heading into the 50s.
A system is looking to bring in rain Friday afternoon, so it could impact your Black Friday shopping. Rain looks to be moving in to portions of the weekend, but the timing is uncertain.
- A person is dead after a three-vehicle crash in Pulaski County, Illinois on Nov. 18.
- Multiple crews responded to a two-vehicle crash on I-55 in New Madrid County, Missouri on Saturday.
- Sheriff’s deputies responded to a stabbing in rural Cape Girardeau County on Saturday.
- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Rend Lake will close down sections to foot traffic during the first firearm season.
A Florida man is wanted for trying to steal a vending machine.
A 911 dispatcher got a call for a fire at his own house.