Happy Wednesday! Happy Thanksgiving Eve!
We got through the day with dry weather, but showers didn’t wait long after sunset to spread into the Ozarks. The shower activity Wednesday evening will be light and widely scattered. A steadier rain will move in after midnight, spilling into Thanksgiving morning. The rain will tend to focus across areas near and south of the interstate. The cloudy and damp weather won’t allow temperatures to warm much with highs in the low 50s.
We’ll get an intermission in this two-part storm Friday. The day is shaping up to be a bright and dry day with temperatures running a little warmer.
The back end of the storm will move through on Saturday. The day will start dry with rain moving in by midday. A wet afternoon will push temperatures back into the 40s. The rain will likely come down pretty good at times too. Showers or drizzle will continue Saturday night, tapering off near sunrise. The two rounds of wet weather will soak much of the area with an inch or more of rainfall.
We’ll end the holiday weekend with a mix of sun and clouds and cool temperatures Sunday.
Milder weather will briefly take hold again as we get back to work early next week.