First Alert: Dry, mild conditions this weekend; tracking rain on Monday
(KFVS) - It’s looking to be another beautiful weekend in the Heartland with dry, mild conditions.
It is a bit chilly for some places this morning, with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.
However, things will warm up by noon. Highs will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Meghan Smith says with these dry conditions and sunny skies, it’s a great day to get outside and enjoy this weather!
Madeline Parker says this evening will remain clear heading into the morning, when a few clouds will begin developing in southeast Missouri. Temperatures are going to cool down a bit after sunset, getting to the mid 40s before cooling off to the low 30s by the morning.
Some of our northeastern counties may see some frost Sunday morning, but temps will warm up by the afternoon hours.
You will see some sunshine throughout the day, however heavy clouds are expected to move into the region starting around noon.
On Sunday, cloudy skies will be moving throughout the Heartland, leaving partly cloudy skies for almost everyone. Temperatures will warm up to the low 60s by the afternoon.
Overnight Sunday into Monday morning, we will see significant showers, and possibly a thunderstorm, across the Heartland, but the severe weather threat is extremely low. The rain will continue into Tuesday morning.
For those traveling for Thanksgiving, Wednesday looks cooler, starting in the mid 30s and warming up to the low 50s by the afternoon, but expect mostly sunny skies that turn into sunny skies by Thursday.
Temperatures are in the low 30s Thursday morning and warming up to the mid 50s by the afternoon.
The calmer weather continues before another chance of showers moves in next Saturday morning.
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