Another round of gloomy weather to kick off the day Tuesday. A quick-hitting storm will bring clouds to much of the Ozarks Tuesday morning along with some rain showers. The morning gloom will come with cold temperatures too. By afternoon the threat of rain is over, and clouds will begin to thin out. It will be a slow process, but we should end the day with mostly clear skies. You’ll want a jacket handy into the afternoon with temperatures struggling to warm into the low 50s.

South winds make a comeback Wednesday with temperatures gradually climbing through the rest of the week. Our next chance for rain and scattered thunderstorms arrives with a storm system mainly on Friday.

There is a risk that some of the storm activity Friday may become severe as an area of low pressure strengthens over the plains and moves east. The flooding risk is low, but given the highly saturated ground, any additional rainfall may cause minor flooding troubles.

We can look forward to a quiet weekend with temperatures climbing again by Sunday. The warming trend will continue into next week. It’s a pattern that not only favors warmth but also the possibility of stormy weather at times.

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