A few showers and storms will continue to push through the eastern parts of the Ozarks as the front pushes through. Behind the cold front, our temperatures will drop off and Friday will overall be a nice day, but temperatures will be slightly chillier in the mid-60s paired with breezy northwest winds at 10 to 15 mph and times of clouds and times of sun.
Saturday will be chilly with temperatures likely staying in the mid-50s under partly cloudy skies. The latest data suggests we may not be as cold as earlier thought for Saturday meaning some of us may avoid a freeze Saturday night, however, widespread frost and pockets of freezing are still likely so it is not advised to take that chance if you have any plants.
Looking at next week, another storm system is likely to track just to our south late Monday through Wednesday. This will still provide us with additional rain chances to begin next week as well as keep us on the chilly side the final week of April.