TONIGHT: Patchy showers will continue to roll through the area tonight , with rain chances tapering off slightly between 1AM and 5AM. Lows will be above freezing region wide, so freezing rain will not be a concern for tonight. Due to the low-level cloud cover, temperatures will only be dropping into the upper 30s.
MONDAY: The center of a low pressure system will begin to move through Missouri tomorrow, bringing additional chances for rain. The heaviest rain will be to the north of I-70 from about 6AM to 11AM. As the cold front associated with the low pressure system pushes through during the afternoon, the majority of shower activity will be out of the area by Monday night. Highs tomorrow will be in the mid 40s.
EXTENDED: By Tuesday morning, we will be completely dry. High pressure will move back into our region and temperatures will engage in a warming trend. We'll stay dry for the rest of the work week with temperatures warming into the 50s by Friday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.