Foggy weather has settled in across the Ozarks this evening with much of Southern Missouri under a Dense Fog Advisory. There are also some areas of fog south of the state line, particularly over Northwest Arkansas. Keep that in mind if you’re doing some overnight driving. A light mist is possible too in foggy areas.
A front pushing through the area tonight will stall south of the Ozarks Wednesday. The weather looks mostly cloudy and quiet Wednesday with temperatures remaining cool. Rain will break out heading into Wednesday evening with a soaking rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Rain totals will be heavier to the south with most areas south of the interstate picking up at least an inch of rain.
The steady rain will exit to the east by Thursday afternoon with some peeks of sun possible to the south and southwest. Temperatures look warmer too as Thursday’s storm tries to draw milder air north.
Rain chances won’t drop to zero Thursday afternoon with a few light showers still possible.
We’ll get a break from wet weather through Friday with another quick-hitting rainmaker Friday night. Rain should clear out of the area Saturday morning, but clouds will likely linger into the afternoon with temperatures remaining cool.
We’ll get another brief break from rain Sunday into Monday with a potent storm to follow. We’ll have to keep an eye on this storm. Gusty winds, mild temperatures, and thunderstorms are on the table as it moves through. This storm may also help switch the pattern over to a cold one as we move through the middle of the month.