Very cool temperatures for the season continue to press into the Ozarks!
Morning lows dropped into the fifties everywhere in the Ozarks this morning. There were likely some upper forties hanging out in a few places.
The unseasonably cool weather will stretch into the weekend. I expect lows in the fifties for a few more mornings as daytime highs stay in the seventies.
There is a weak weather system which could send a light shower or sprinkle our way on Friday.
The weekend looks great! The Ozarks will climb back into the eighties generally, especially on Sunday. I don’t see any meaningful rain chances.
A warming trend is expected starting Sunday and lasting into next week. However, extreme hot weather isn’t showing up in the seven day forecast. We will probably get back closer to normal by the end of next week.
The National Hurricane Center named “Erin” this morning way out in the eastern Atlantic. Another area of possible development is in the western Caribbean will affect the Yucatan Peninsula today and perhaps enter the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. The next name on the list is “Fernand”