A tropical air mass remains over us for today, combined with some upper air energy we have scattered rain chances in the forecast. This will mainly be in our NW counties. A flash flood watch is also in effect for our NW counties through Sunday evening. Temperatures today will reach the low 80s across the Ozarks with a southerly breeze. Cooling to 70 degrees overnight.
Sunday we have a cold front moving through. The timing of when that cold front passes through will determine the temperatures. If it moves through earlier in the day we won't make it out of the 70s, but if it stalls in northern Missouri and doesn't dip SE until the later afternoon, then temperatures will reach 80 degrees. When the front does push through, it'll bring some heavier batches of rain with it.
Looking ahead at next week we have mild temperatures, mainly in the mid 80s, with scattered chances for rain.