Today: For this afternoon and into the evening hours expect some thicker cloud cover move into the area associated with a low-pressure system currently stationed near Kansas City putting us on the warm side of the system. This will create southerly winds, causing overall high temperatures to rebound into the mid 40's. With that being said, the moisture being advected in from the Gulf of Mexico could pop up a few scattered showers later this afternoon and especially into the evening hours. It is not looking like a huge rain maker as the NAM suggests QPF's of less than a tenth of an inch for the entire region while the ole GFS keeps the heaviest rainfall amounts to the south of us.
Current surface map. Source: The Weather Channel
12z NAM base reflectivity this afternoon showing some scattered showers in the area just ahead of the cold front. Source: COD
Tonight: The cold front that is also associated with the low-pressure will swing through the area later tonight, bringing higher chances for rain around midnight. Models are currently in agreement that low temperatures will stay in the upper 30's, so no winter weather is expected.
Tomorrow: As the Cold front exits the region early tomorrow, temperatures will again fall once more with a stiff west wind changing to a more northerly wind throughout the day. Expect some lingering sprinkles tomorrow afternoon before temps crash into the mid to low 30's. If there is enough moisture left over, I think some remaining flurries could be squeezed out late tomorrow afternoon. No travel problems are expected.