Storms taking aim on the Ozarks
Breezy winds have overspread the Ozarks tonight. Winds may gust between 20-30 mph overnight. A deepening storm system out west is already creating thunderstorms in the Sooner State. Strong winds tonight will hold lows in the mid and upper 50s. Thunderstorms are possible in western sections of the Ozarks by morning. No severe weather is expected due to timing of the rain but we will keep a close eye on this and let you know if there are any changes. Friday still looks delightful!
Beautiful weather across the Ozarks today! Unfortunately rain is in the forecast for Thursday as the next storm organizes out west. Clouds are set to overspread the Ozarks tonight. Strong southeast wind will also pick up and the combination of cloud cover and wind should hold lows to the mid 50s.
A cold front will push in during Thursday afternoon. Showers and a few thunderstorms will develop along and ahead of the front. Rainfall should not be very heavy but a good quarter to half inch is possible.
Wonderful weather returns Friday along with sunshine and highs in the upper 70s. The next large storm then begins to develop on Saturday. Models have slowed this system down which will allow very warm temperatures for Saturday with highs in the low 80s.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are likely Sunday. Right now all modes of severe weather are possible including tornadoes and large hail. The unsettled weather will last through much of next week. Temperatures will take a huge dive too with Wednesday’s reading not getting out of the mid 50s.