First Alert: One more hot, dry day before cooler temps arrive

First Alert 10pm forecast 9/19

(KFVS) - If you are tired of the heat and dry conditions, you’ll like some changes on the way.

Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says this evening will remain very warm for this time of the year with slowly falling into the upper 70s. Lows by morning will range from the middle 60s north to lower 70s south.

Friday we will see an increase in clouds which should keep temps at 90 or below.

There is a chance for a some isolated showers or storms Friday afternoon in the hills of southeast Missouri. The rest of the Heartland looks to be dry.

The scattered showers across our western counties look to weaken and die out by the time most football games kick off tomorrow evening.

There is a chance for a few showers or storms Saturday, but there is a much better chance of rain with a weak cold front moving into the region late Sunday into early Monday.

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