Mild again Tuesday, Wednesday before Arctic Air arrives Thursday

Transition creates rain, thunderstorms Wednesday
and last updated 2023-02-20 23:54:22-05


  • Warmth continues: around 60° Tuesday and middle to upper 60s Wednesday
  • Rain and thunderstorms Wednesday
  • Arctic cold and blustery winds Thursday
  • Wintry mix, on the light side, possible Friday


Tonight: Mostly clear sky and cold with some areas of frost.
Low: 32°
Wind: N to E 5-10 mph

Tuesday: High clouds give us a partly cloudy sky tomorrow. A southerly breeze keeps us mild again.
A few light showers are possible around 11pm.
High: 59°
Wind: SE 10-15, G25 mph

Wednesday: Rain and thunderstorms develop through the morning. A warm front will divide temperatures from the 60s south of I-70 to 30s and 40s in northern Missouri. Scattered thunderstorms pop up during the afternoon. Greatest amount of rain falls in Missouri.
Low: 50° High: 67°
Wind: SE then SW 10-15, G25mph

Thursday: Windy and much colder even under a mostly sunny sky as arctic air blasts us.
The 24-hour high occurs at midnight, 50°. They daytime high struggles to 34°.
The 24-hour low occurs around 11pm, 19°. The morning low dips to 25°.
Low: 25° High: 34°
Wind: NW 15-30 mph

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