FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Cool air is here to stay for awhile
A few sprinkles and showers possible for some overnight
The sun managed to come out for a few hours in most locations on Tuesday and high temperatures were noticeably cooler across the board. Afternoon highs were in the low to middle 60s under dry skies.
Another round of light rain will be possible tonight into very early Wednesday, focused over Arkansas and far southern Missouri. Wednesday will remain mostly cloudy once again and that northeast breeze will continue as high pressure sags toward the area.
I still think there could be some scattered frost Thursday morning depending on cloud cover, with that area of high pressure centered over Kansas. Cool will continue to rule the extended forecast with temperatures several degrees below average as we head into the weekend. Another upper wave will bring some rain on Friday with lingering showers into Saturday.
Various models handle this storm system differently regarding its strength but right now rain amounts look to be light. There could be some lingering showers early next week as well, and the cooler-than-average temperatures will linger as well.