FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Need rain? We’ve got another chance today.
Many places will be dry, but localized heavy rain should fall
Good morning and happy Thursday! The night has been dry for the Ozarks, except for a shower or two in parts of Central Missouri. Scattered cloud cover has developed, but it looks like the morning hours will be dry. Temperatures will be a bit tricky today, as scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop again by early to midafternoon.
Once again, some very localized heavy rain is likely in any of the stronger storms, as they will be slow moving again today.
No severe weather is expected highs will generally be in the middle 80s, which is just a few degrees above average.
We’ll repeat this scenario tomorrow, and there may be a few more storms compared to today.
By Saturday, somewhat drier air will begin to work in from the east, pushing the best chance of scattered storms to the western half of the viewing area. High temperatures will climb into the upper 80s for many places for the weekend, with dry and toasty conditions likely early next week.
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