The Ozarks will be mainly dry today and temperatures will be toasty. There appears to be a small upper disturbance in Oklahoma moving quickly northeast, so I won’t rule out a storm or two this morning. Low 90s are in store this afternoon with a heat index in the upper 90s. The front won’t move much tonight so our region will be dry with lows around 70. Thursday afternoon the front will begin dropping back south and a few storms may affect central Missouri around the Truman and Lake of the Ozarks regions. The rest of the area will be dry with highs around 90. Friday the front will make it into southern Missouri before “washing out,” bringing the chance for scattered storms back to the entire area. The daily threat for storms looks to hang through early next week.