Stubborn clouds today, patchy drizzle tomorrow.
Clouds will be slow and stubborn to clear today. High pressure moves east, so areas east of HWY 65 could see some sunshine. As a cold front approaches on its heels, areas west of HWY 65 will have a hard time clearing skies.
Expect mostly cloudy skies and highs in the middle 50's, high 54 in Springfield.
Tonight patchy drizzle is possible as a cold front approaches. Otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies, low 44.
Tomorrow the cold front stalls and hangs west, leaving us with cloudy skies and patchy drizzle all day. Temperatures get stuck in the lower 50's.
The surface front swings through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. That's where we could see more measurable rain, about 0.5-0.75" expected, and possibly a rumble of thunder.
Showers linger early Wednesday but should dry out by Wednesday afternoon and evening, keeping the cloud cover and 50's.
Thursday we'll be dry most all day with mainly cloudy skies. Our front swings back north Thursday night into Friday bringing a chance for showers and an isolated rumble of thunder. Friday, despite cloud cover, temperatures will near 70-degrees on a strong and breezy south wind!
Sunshine and 50's come in time for the weekend,