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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Few Showers Thursday

The Cooler Weather Continues
Published: Jul. 8, 2020 at 7:21 AM CDT|Updated: 16 minutes ago
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It has been a beautiful spring day across the Ozarks! Partly to mostly cloudy skies are forecast tonight as the next wave approaches the Ozarks. A cold front will slide across the Ozarks as well and may produce a few light showers. Rainfall will only be few a couple hundredths of an inch. Morning lows will dip to the mid 40′s with highs back in the mid to upper 60′s.

Highs Thursday should be mostly in the 60's.
Highs Thursday should be mostly in the 60's.(ky3)

A nice day is in store on Friday with sunshine. There is a chance that a few storms may fire up towards the evening as warm air tries to return to the Ozarks. Friday morning will col to the lower 40′s then warm to the mid 60′s.

Unsettled weather is then forecast for the weekend. One round of storms is possible on Saturday with more widespread rain on Sunday. A few strong storms are possible Saturday with hail and winds the main threat. Warmer weather is forecast with highs in the low 70′s.

Rain and thunderstorms are likely this weekend.
Rain and thunderstorms are likely this weekend.(ky3)

Cooler weather then returns for Sunday with readings holding in the 60′s all day. The unseasonably chilly unsettled weather then lasts into next week. Highs each day will run in the low to mid 60′s and lows in the lower 40′s. This is about ten degrees below average.

Cooler than average weather hangs around next week
Cooler than average weather hangs around next week(ky3)