Quiet conditions will remain through the evening hours with a very small chance for a pop-up shower or storm. Other wise it will be warm and humid with some southerly breezes.
Later tonight, a complex of storms will develop in Kansas and then march east into our northwestern counties. As these storms move farther east, they will tend to weaken so the overall severe threat will be low. A few strong wind gusts and maybe some hail will be possible, mainly in our far western and northern counties. Lows will generally be in the 60s across the area.
Scattered storms could be ongoing early Sunday morning before clearing out for a while. With the afternoon heat and humidity, a few isolated showers or storms will be possible. Highs will once again soar into the 80s with south winds continuing.
Memorial Day looks fantastic with partly to mostly sunny skies and very warm again with highs in the 80s.
The next system to keep a close eye on will arrive Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday and right now, it looks like another significant severe weather event could be unfolding for the Ozarks. Stay tuned for updates as we get closer!