Good morning! Low clouds have held tight overnight for most of us, and will take some time to clear out today. Thus, temperatures will be affected, reaching only the 30s over the eastern Ozarks and mid 40s in parts of Arkansas. The good news is that we'll be much warmer for the rest of the holiday weekend. A south wind will get going tonight, pushing temperatures up slightly from early lows in the upper 20s and low 30s. Friday will be windy, but with a high in the 50s. Shallow moisture is likely to create some low clouds Saturday and Sunday mornings, but the wind should be able to break them up and allow for a very warm high both days in the 60s. A strong cold front will arrive Sunday evening and may bring some drizzle or even freezing drizzle early Monday morning.