Very active weather is shaping up for the Ozarks this coming week. The jet stream will feed warm moist air into the Ozarks and multiple rounds of rain are likely. Seven day totals of rain range from 2-6 inches and this could be underdone in spots. Despite the recent drought flooding may become a concern later this week.
In addition very cold air will impinge on the Ozarks and it is quite possible parts of the region may see another ice storm. Right now this favored period is late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. There is still time for adjusts to this forecasts and the outcome is likely to change. Residents should monitor the weather closely over the next couple of days.
Here is a breakdown of each days weather. Monday rain developing before sunrise and very windy low 52 and high 66. Tuesday Moderate to Heavy rain very late in the day and very windy low 60 high 68. Wednesday rain and freezing rain before sunrise, may be significant ice in spots low near freezing high 37. Thursday rain ends low 28 high 46. Friday moderate rain once again low 38 high 56. Saturday moderate to heavy rain low 48 high 60. Sunday mostly cloudy low 36 high 58.