Thursday will bring a chance for showers and storms through the day.
Isolated showers are possible through Monday while heavier rain holds off until the evening.
Rain and storms will continue through Saturday night with a likelihood through most of Sunday.
Cooler air will start to move into the region Monday keeping high temperatures in the upper 60s.
Showers/storms will move out by Sunday with gradual clearing through the day.
Rain and thunderstorms will continue through Saturday night with flooding being the main threat.
Northwest Missouri is under a slight risk for severe weather Saturday.
As storms continue to move out of the region so will clouds and we'll see the sun make a return Monday.
There is a slight risk for severe weather Sunday mainly during the afternoon and evening.
Storms north of St. Joseph will move through the area after midnight producing heavy rain, gusty winds, and the possibility of small hail.
We'll get some more sun before rain chances move back in late Sunday night.
Clouds have cleared out which means Monday will be filled with sunshine as high temperatures reach the mid 60s.
Temperatures Sunday will be cool as clouds hang around through half the day but will begin clearing out during the afternoon.
We'll see more sun on Monday but strong north winds will continue pushing cooler air into the area.
We'll see some more rain move in late Saturday night and through Sunday, mainly during the early morning and afternoon/evening.
A line of showers and thunderstorms will move into the area around midnight. Expect a brief period of heavy rain and gusty winds.
After a calm Saturday, some isolated showers and storms will move into the region by Sunday.
The region will see some scattered showers to start the work week.
Winds will gust up to 25 mph Sunday but temperatures will be warm reaching the mid to upper 60s.
High temperatures to start the work week will reach the low 70s across the region.
We'll have a slight chance for a shower mainly during the morning on Sunday.
High temperatures won't be as warm Monday and we'll have a good chance for thunderstorms Monday night and Tuesday.
We'll end the weekend on a warm note but we'll have a chance for a quick shower Sunday night.
Expect a beautiful weekend across the region as high temperatures near 70 degrees Saturday and Sunday.
After wet and cooler conditions, Friday will be the first day of Spring with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s.
Temperatures near 80 degrees will feel nice but combined with dry air could cause another day of brush fires sparking up.
After a cool Saturday with highs in the 60s, we'll make it into the low/mid 70s to end the weekend.
A cold front will move through the area Friday night dropping Saturday's high temperatures into the 60s.
Despite a few clouds moving into the area Friday we'll warm up into the low 70s once again.
Monday will be another beautiful day while returning to work, plenty of sun with highs in the 60s.
Even though we'll lose an hour late Saturday night we'll gain more sunlight and end the weekend in the low 60s.
The work week will start with high temperatures in the mid/upper 30s but not with much sun.
We'll see an additional half inch to an inch of snow through Sunday morning.
Wind Chills Sunday night and Monday morning will be as low as -10, expect little warming through Monday.
Layer worthy temperatures move back in Sunday as we'll be in the teens most of the day.
Warmer weather makes its way in to the region today, but winter weather returns quickly.
After light snow continues Sunday night we'll wake up to 3-4 inches Monday.
A band of snow currently sits over St. Joseph but will shift south as we head into the evening.
Minimal amounts of around an inch are expected locally through Sunday.
North winds will continue to filter cooler air into the area.
Sunday will be slightly cooler as a weak cold front shifts our winds out of the northwest.
We'll see a few more flurries Sunday evening while wind chills drop into the negatives.
By Sunday afternoon, accumulations around St. Joseph will be around 3 inches.
While Northwest Missouri remains on the rain/snow line Saturday afternoon, measurable snowfall is likely during the night.
After a chilly Sunday, high temperatures will return to the 50s to start the work week.
A cold front will move through the area Saturday night bringing some scattered showers and highs in the 40s by Sunday.
Before a cool down arrives above average temperatures will continue Monday.
South winds will give us another day of 50s to end the weekend.
We're likely to see some slick spots on roads Sunday night and early Monday morning. Drive Safely.
A lot of moisture will move into the region leading to a chance for a mix of precipitation.