Rain Thursday Afternoon; A Dry Weekend Ahead

Ashley Carr
March 2, 2018

Areas of rain continue this morning, as mild temperatures hold steady with pockets of heavy fog. That being said, regardless of any severe weather threat, winds will be gusty all day long, exceeding 35 miles per hour at times. Beyond that, we stay dry. I'm keeping a 20% chance for rain as of now.

It will be windy on Friday, but it will be cooler across the Midlands. Skies will be mostly sunny to sunny.

As the area of high pressure that will keep us dry Tuesday begins to shift off the East Coast overnight, winds will return out of the south, moisture will increase, and clouds will move in by Wednesday morning.

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Scattered showers will be with us for much of Monday morning before drying out late this afternoon.

A few snowflakes are possible for our far northern counties late this afternoon, however, temperatures will be too warm to allow any accumulations.

Monday is when the rain will likely start, and becomes more likely Monday night, and Tuesday. Only holding on highs around 50 as there's a chance spots will be stuck in the 40s and may need to bring the temperature in the 8 day down especially on Tuesday. Thursday presents the best opportunity for widespread rain this week. 54 to low to mid 60s across Southern Missouri into Northern Arkansas. They will start out in the upper 60s, then will be in the mid 70s by Friday.

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