A cold front is making for a wet finish to the week. A fairly steady rain will make for wet travel throughout the evening hours. The rain will taper off from northwest to southeast, ending along I-44 by 10 pm. The rain will linger through midnight to the south but will clear out of the Ozarks by sunrise.

The cold front will leave behind great weather for the weekend. Temperatures Saturday will be in the low 70s with comfortable humidity and light northerly winds under sunny skies. Saturday night may be a little chilly in the upper 40s. A good night for fire!

Sunday will be similar with temperatures in the mid-70s with light east-southeast winds and mostly sunny skies. The quiet and warm weather pattern will continue into next week. There is a chance for scattered rain showers and thunderstorms by Wednesday, but for the most part, the week ahead looks quiet.

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