It was a gorgeous fall day across the Ozarks and it will stay nice this evening. Later tonight, clear skies and light winds along with Canadian high pressure sitting right on top of the region means the coldest night of the season so far. Temperatures will fall quickly into the upper 20s and low 30s bringing a killing freeze to many areas.
After a cold start, Sunday will be another sunny but cool day with highs in the mid to upper 50s.
A very quiet weather pattern will then be setting up for much of next week with mostly sunny skies expected each day and temperatures warming back into the mid 60s both Monday and Tuesday. A weak disturbance could bring some additional clouds and slightly cooler air by midweek but right now I'm not expecting any rain from this. Overall, should be a great week to get outside and enjoy fall in the Ozarks!