Good morning! A huge area of high pressure is dropping south out of the northern plains this morning. As it does an expansive area of low clouds will be moving into the Ozarks for a while this morning before clearing out this afternoon. A bit of drizzle is possible but measurable rain isn't expected. Highs for the day have already occurred, and we'll hold in the 40s through the afternoon. The wind will be gusting as high as 30 mph or so, making for a very cold day! Around 7 pm tonight we'll already be in the 30s, with a wind chill in the 20s! Skies will clear and the high pressure ridge will settle directly overhead. Lows on Saturday morning will be in the 20s area-wide, before rebounding to around 50 for the afternoon. The wind will come back from the south on Sunday, and clouds may return as well. Rain is still slated for Tuesday, with highs much of next week back in the 60s.