The main feature week continues to be a closed or “cut-off” low which will spin around somewhere in the central U.S., providing us with some chilly days for early May.
Until that happens, the Ozarks will bask in more eighty degree weather today and temperatures nearly as warm on Wednesday.
Expect today’s highs to reach into the lower eighties with no problem. Our lows this morning only dropped to about sixty on average.
Wednesday looks warm again. A strong cold front will arrive late on Wednesday evening but the day looks great.
Said front will generate some storms and rain in the Ozarks beginning Wednesday evening. I don’t think severe weather will be an issue with any storms that form.
Thursday will be a drastic change for us! Much cooler for starters, as highs struggle to clear fifty on May Day. It will also be wet with a large area of post-frontal rain setting up.
The pattern can be best described as cool and showery on Friday. Showers can’t be ruled out on Saturday either.
The temperature will begin to turn around by the weekend