Today, go out and enjoy it. Highs will boost to the low and mid 60s across the Ozarks, but it'll be breezy ahead of a weather-maker. This one will bring us isolated showers possible overnight tonight, with more scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday afternoon.
The main cold front should be affecting Springfield around the 1 to 3pm timeframe and push it's way to the southeast. No severe weather is expected at this time due to a lack of energy, but there is a chance a storm or two could get locally strong.
We'll be cooler behind the front on Friday, with highs in the low 50s. And this weekend is a forecast flip flop. Saturday will be cloudy with highs in the mid 50s, while Sunday is more soggy as a potent cold front swings through. These could be strong. Stay tuned to KSPR for updates on this system.
KSPR Meteorologist Lindsey Slater