A fairly steady pattern of weather is in my forecast for the weekend and into much of next week featuring average high temperatures in the lower nineties.
The air over the Ozarks is humid and unstable so an occasional shower or thunderstorm can’t be ruled out. But the chances seem pretty small. This being stated, the possibility is perhaps highest for today and Sunday afternoon. With nothing but old outflows and a broad, weak disturbance aloft, it’s impossible to nail down where a slightly better threat for rain in the Ozarks exists.
On Monday through Wednesday, the small chance for scattered storms becomes even smaller.
The warmest temperatures should be Tuesday – Thursday with highs in the lower nineties.
A cool front appears to have legs by late in the week, supported by a change in the jet stream flow. Best estimate on the front’s arrival would be Friday.