TODAY: We'll start off the day muggy and warm, with temperatures in the mid-70s. Areas west of Highway 63, especially northwest Mid-Missouri, could see some cloud cover through mid-morning due to a weak cold front to our west. A few sprinkles are possible for areas west of Highway 65 and mainly north of I-70 through around 9-10 a.m. Otherwise, we're mainly dry and quickly warm into the low 90s, with heat indices between 93-96 this afternoon.
TONIGHT: We'll be mostly clear again tonight with the humidity sticking around overnight. Low temperatures fall to around 70, with light south winds.
EXTENDED: The heat and humidity continue as an upper level ridge builds over the region, bringing us above average temperatures. We'll remain dry through Sunday with low temperatures near 70 and daytime highs 90-92. There is a chance of t-storms Labor Day and Tuesday as a cold front slowly moves south. High temperatures will cool into the mid-80s next Monday and Tuesday, with a more active pattern expected. We'll continue to monitor the holiday weekend as the week progresses. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.