Temperatures will start to drop Thursday night.
Temperatures climb into the mid 60s today, but a cold front brings chilly temperatures to start Halloween.
Temperatures will jump into the mid 60s by Thursday.
FROST ADVISORY in effect until 9am.
Another cold front will pass by the area Thursday.
Cool and breezy conditions keep temperatures in the 60s today.
As a cold front continues to exit the region, cloud cover will decrease during the overnight.
By Tuesday, temperatures across the region will drop into the 60s.
A cold front moves in today increasing clouds and bringing a slight chance for a few showers and storms this evening.
A cold front from the northwest will sweep through the region on Monday.
St. Joseph reached a record high of 88 degrees Sunday. The previous record was 87 degrees back in 1963.
We'll have another day of high temperatures in the 80s.
Clearing skies Friday night will lead to plenty of sun on Saturday.
A dense fog advisory is in effect until 9am for most of the viewing area in Missouri. Sunshine returns this afternoon as temperatures climb well above normal.
Temperatures will warm up into the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Shower activity wraps up this morning and clouds will break up throughout the day. Highs climb into the lower 70s.
A cold front will make its way ts way into our area giving us a chance for rain on Thursday.
A cold front moves closer throughout the day bringing in more clouds. Rain chances increase after 10pm.
A disturbance on Wednesday will give us a chance for rain.
A chilly start to the day, but temperatures climb into the mid 70s this afternoon.
Temperatures will be above normal this week.
Temperatures climb into the 70s this afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Above average high temperatures will continue into the start of the work week.
High temperatures to end the weekend will be in the upper 60s.
Seasonal fall like weather is expected over the next few days.
Northwest winds pick up this afternoon, gusting up to 25 miles per hour at times. Highs are a bit cooler than yesterday, in mid 60s, under mostly sunny skies.
Clearing skies Thursday night will lead to few clouds on Friday.
Plenty of sun and near normal temperatures will start the weekend.
A cool start to the day, but temperatures heat up quickly. Highs this afternoon in the mid 70s.
Plenty of sunshine this afternoon as temperatures climb into the mid to upper 60s.
A windy Tuesday with gusts up to 44 miles per hour.
Rain chances diminish this morning as the storm system moves east. High winds still a factor all day, gusting over 30 miles per hour.
A strong storm system continues to move into our area bringing rainy and windy conditions.
Rain showers move in this morning bringing heavy rainfall at times. Winds pick up this afternoon gusting up to 30 mph.
Showers are likely Sunday night and through Monday.
We'll have a partly sunny end to the weekend with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s.
The sunshine will return this weekend across the area.
A few light showers are possible this morning. Skies remain mostly cloudy for much of the day keeping temperatures in the mid 50s.
More rain and thunderstorms are possible across the area tonight and tomorrow.
Showers and storms will continue off and on throughout the day with heavy rain at times. Flooding is a concern which is why most of the region is under a Flood Watch until Friday night.
Heavy rainfall is expected over the next few days across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Clouds increase throughout the day before rain chances arrive this evening.
A storm system will start to move our way by Wednesday afternoon.
Temperatures will reach the mid 70s today under mostly sunny skies.
Temperatures will be in the mid 70s to start the week.
A few light rain showers are possible late this morning. Temperatures are back into the 70s this afternoon under partly sunny skies.
We'll see some mild air Monday with partly sunny skies.
High temperatures to end the weekend will be relatively warmer nearing 70 degrees.
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.