A cool air mass, light winds and ground moisture from Friday’s rain have helped fog to develop across the region. Visibility is reduced this morning so give yourself some extra time if you’re heading out. High pressure has settled over the Ozarks meaning once the fog clears out after sunrise skies will be sunny and the day will be pleasant. Highs will only make it into the lower 70s today despite abundant sunshine. An upper level pattern shift will cause breezy southerly winds Sunday meaning we’ll warm up a good bit more. Highs will make it into the lower 80s with a few passing clouds but overall mostly sunny skies. The weekend as a whole will be a great one to spend some time outdoors.
A weak, dry cold front passes the region Sunday night ushering in cooler temperatures for Monday. A series of dry fronts will keep the temperatures fluctuating around the low and mid-70s next week.