Good morning! An upper low in the region is still producing a few spotty showers east of Highway 65 this morning but those will be short-lived. Clouds will gradually clear form the west this morning and we’ll see a decent southwest breeze. Another front will be passing through this afternoon and the wind will flip to the northwest behind it and get gusty at times. With drier air in place no rain is expected with the front. Tuesday a large area of low pressure in the Great Lakes region will produce a lot of wind for the Ozarks with gusts perhaps hitting 40 mph. Even though we’ll see sun it will be quite a bit cooler with highs only in the 50s. That batch of cold air will move away and we’ll see a warm-up going into Thursday. Another strong cold front will move through on Thursday (without rain) and temperatures will crash again for Friday with highs in the 40s. The first freeze of the season is in store for the weekend with highs around 50°.