Beautiful sunny day for the Ozarks as high pressure remains overhead. A pleasant night is in store for the region with a clear sky and lows in the lower 60’s. Tuesday should be another pretty day with sunshine and highs in the mid 80’s.
Moisture is moving north from the Gulf of Mexico and the humidity levels are rising. A front and series of disturbances will roll across the central U. S. including the Ozarks. This will lead to either pop up afternoon thunderstorms or complexes of storms diving into the Ozarks around sunrise.
If they are morning storms the cloud cover should thin pretty quickly allowing for a mostly sunny day. A chance for rain or storms is forecast each day Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Warm southwest winds are forecast and this will gradually boost our temperatures pretty close to 90 by this weekend. The combination of the heat and humidity should begin to push the feels like temperatures to the mid 90’s and beyond. Here are the day to day temperature ranges Wed. 66/86. Thu. 68/88, Fri. 68/87, Sat. 68/90, Sun. 70/90, Mon. 71/88.