Memorial Day will be very much the same as yesterday as the area continues to see southerly winds blow in warm temperatures and moderate humidity. Storm chances are present but fairly small.
A line of thunderstorm over northwest Missouri this morning seems impressive, and in come circumstances this might advance toward the Ozarks, but it won’t reach us today. We saw a few much less intense cells around Lake of the Ozarks overnight.
This same sort of ill-defined, low coverage storm development can be expected again later today. In short, the storm chances are low.
We will experience southerly winds through Thursday in the area. Look for highs in the eighties across the board.
Shower and storm chances will be small until around late Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will see an increased threat for storms as well. These will have to be watched for severe weather potential.
A cool front finally arrives early in the weekend, taking our lows back down in the fifties with highs in the seventies.
Our rain chances look pretty good in the time period of Thursday through Saturday as our wet Spring with well-timed rain chances continues!