TONIGHT: Spotty storms are possible in the Ozarks in the early overnight hours with partly cloudy skies. It will be muggy with lows in the mid-upper 70s and light winds from the southeast.
TUESDAY: An Excessive Heat Warning (most of Mid-Missouri) and Heat Advisory (north of HWY 24) continue until 9 pm. Temperatures will reach the mid 90s with heat indices 103-110 in the afternoon. Skies will remain mostly to partly sunny with southwesterly winds up to 8 mph. There is a slight t-storm chance east of HWY 63 late in the afternoon.
EXTENDED: A cold front will move in Tuesday night bringing a chance of thunderstorms through early Wednesday morning. Areas north of I-70 are under a marginal risk for severe weather Tuesday night with isolated damaging winds and large hail possible. After a chance of storms early Wednesday, skies will become partly cloudy with high temperatures in the upper 80s and less humidity. Isolated storms are possible Wednesday afternoon. A surface high pressure area will build Thursday bringing mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid-upper 80s. Temperatures will climb to near 90 Friday with an isolated storm chance.