Good morning and happy Sunday! A weak upper level disturbance is bringing scattered showers and storms to parts of the Ozarks this morning but this early day activity should quickly fade away by midday. Most of the afternoon should be quiet before a few more storms fire up late in the day. Unfortunately these storms will be very widely scattered and most of us won't see much rain. More clouds throughout the day will keep temperatures in the low 90s but the humidity will again be high.
By Monday, a weakening cold front will push in from the north bringing another around of scattered storms to most areas and it will remain hot and muggy with temperatures in the low 90s. This front will then stall across southern Missouri through the middle part of the week bringing a daily chance of storms. Like we've seen so many times lately, these storms will be very scattered in nature with several locations not seeing much rain at all during this time. Temperatures will be near mid July averages with highs each day in the upper 80s and low 90s.