First Alert: Chilly start but warm afternoon; tracking rain overnight
(KFVS) - Cooler conditions for your Sunday morning, but things will warm up later today.
Some of our northern counties are experiencing below-freezing as they wake up this morning, but temperatures are expected to quickly rise by noon, with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.
Meghan Smith says after 1 p.m., some clouds will make their way into the Heartland, leaving partly cloudy skies for most places this evening.
Showers start to move across southeast Missouri this evening, with scattered and isolated showers continue Monday morning.
Monday, temperatures will warm up to the upper 50s, low 60s by the afternoon. The showers will be sporadic throughout the morning, but more consistent by the evening.
The showers will start to move out overnight into Tuesday, with a few lingering showers Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday will also be windy, and temperatures will drop to the low 50s, with cloudy skies.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny, with mornings starting in the low 30s, warming up to the low 50s by the afternoon.
Thanksgiving looks to be partly cloudy with temperatures in the low 30s and warm up to the upper 50s.
There is a small chance of rain on Friday and Sunday.
By Saturday, highs will drop to the upper 40s.
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