A great evening to get out and about with mostly clear skies and temperatures eventually falling into the upper 60s overnight.
By Sunday, a strong storm system will begin to organize across Kansas, pulling Gulf of Mexico moisture north into the Ozarks and setting the stage for potential severe weather. The first half of the day will be warm but quiet with increasing clouds. By mid to late afternoon, thunderstorms will begin to develop across our far western counties and then march east by the evening. Some of these storms could turn severe with damaging winds and large hail looking like the biggest threats at this time.
Storms could continue Sunday night and into Monday across our eastern counties as low pressure and a cold front sweep east through Missouri. Once this system passes, it looks like a stretch of gorgeous weather on the way for much of next week. Canadian high pressure will bring cooler and much drier air along with plenty of sunshine from Tuesday on. Highs will only be near 80 each day with overnight temperatures potentially dropping into the 50s for some areas!