After setting daily rainfall records across the Ozarks on Friday, we continue to have rain in the forecast this weekend. The cold front that pushed through yesterday is now well to our south and we'll see chilly temperatures hanging around through the weekend. Highs today will likely stay in the upper 30s for many.
The front moved south and took most of the moisture with it but as low pressure lifts northeast today, we'll have an opportunity for more rain showers. Most of the rain will fall south of Highway 60. Northern counties will have a few light showers but not much more accumulating rain. Places in our southern viewing area will likely see around a half inch of additional rain.
Showery activity will carry over into Sunday and Monday and we will finally see a dry day by Tuesday. Temperatures should warm back to the low 50s by Thursday of this week.