Portions of Northwest Missouri are under a Frost Advisory from 3 am until 9 am Saturday.
Much of the region will drop into the 30s late Friday night/early Saturday morning.
Gusty northwest winds over 30 mph will keep highs in the mid 50s on Friday.
Scattered thunderstorms are possible this morning and afternoon before a cold front moves through.
Showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for Wednesday night and Thursday.
Heavy rain this morning is moving off to the east, but more storms are expected later today.
Tuesday begins sunny and warm, but storms will move in later tonight.
Skies will be partly sunny for most of Tuesday and still warm in the lower 80s.
Temperatures climb into the low to mid 80s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies. Tomorrow, storm chances increase.
We'll start the work week with plenty of sun and high temperatures in the low to mid 80s.
Much of the area will see mostly sunny skies on Sunday.
The warm weather will continue this weekend across the area.
Friday brings a mix of clouds and sunshine as temperatures climb into the 80s.
As the fall season settles in, the thought of winter starts to creep back as well. That means heating costs will start to become a concern for many families. Some are taking action to keep their winter bills as low as possible.
Great looking weather as we end the work week.
Morning clouds will break up and bring afternoon sunshine with highs around 80 degrees.
Temperatures will warm up in to the upper 70s this week.
Rain chances stay in the forecast in the morning before skies begin to clear this evening.
Another chance for rain and thunderstorms Wednesday.
Fall officially starts tonight at 9:29pm.
Summer ends tonight after a sunny Monday.
Monday's high temperatures will only reach the low 70s.
Showers/storms have moved out of the region giving way to a sunny Sunday.
High temperatures will be above normal reaching the low to mid 80s.
The region will have a chance of showers/storms starting Saturday morning and through the afternoon.
Morning fog will clear and clouds will break as temperatures climb into the 80s.
There will be a slight chance for rain and thunderstorms over the weekend across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Areas of fog will stick around through the morning hours, reducing visibility.
Temperatures will continue to warm up in to the upper 70s.
Storms will stay south of St. Joseph in the morning and temperatures will climb to the upper 70s under partly sunny skies.
A warm front will start to move into the area bringing warmer air with it.
Patchy fog is possible through the early morning, but the afternoon will be sunny with highs around 70.
A cold front will bring cooler air into northwest Missouri.
Scattered showers and storms will continue in the morning, but clouds will begin to break up this afternoon.
We'll have a chance of showers/storms late Sunday night and into Monday.
Sunday's high temperatures will be near the low 70s with mostly sunny skies.
Clouds will clear out Friday night and temperatures will drop into the upper 30s.
Rain showers are possible through the morning as temperatures remain in the low to mid 50s.
We'll have a chance of some scattered showers on Friday.
Friday's high temperatures will only reach the upper 50s.
Limited sunshine this afternoon as clouds stick around. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s.
After a stormy Tuesday night we are seeing cooler air for Wednesday.
A cold front will pass through the region this morning, decreasing chances for rain. Temperatures will drop throughout the day as cool air moves in.
Strong t-storms are possible Tuesday afternoon and night.
Storm chances increase this afternoon as highs reach the mid to upper 80s. Some storms may become severe.
There is a good chance for showers and t-storms on Tuesday.
Highs will be back in the low to mid 80s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
High temperatures will be warmer reaching the low 80s.
Higher pressure in the region will keep skies mostly clear on Sunday.
A cold front has moved by the area and has brought cooler air with it.