This evening will be mild with lows near 50 overnight.
Isolated showers are likely this evening but rainfall amounts will be light.
Blustery winds will calm down a bit after sunset and temperatures will again fall into the 40's.
Patchy frost is possible tonight but this should be confined to areas east of Interstate 49.
Gusty south winds return Saturday and highs will be near 80. Showers and a few thunderstorms are likely Sunday and a few may produce gusty winds and small hail. Here's the latest forecast.
Tonight and tomorrow will be mostly cloudy as a cold front slips into Southeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri.
Southerly winds will keep temperatures in the 50's overnight and highs tomorrow will be in the upper 70's.
Patchy frost is possible tonight with lows in the middle 30's.
Patchy frost is possible late tonight and early Saturday as temperatures fall into the lower 30's.
Scattered storms end this evening as a cold front pushes east.
Scattered thunderstorms are likely this evening and a few could produce severe storms.
Scattered showers and storms are possible overnight, mainly in western Missouri and southeast Kansas.
Isolated showers and storms are possible this evening but widespread rain is not expected.
We'll see a few scattered showers this evening with cooler temperatures in place.
After a few, possibly strong, evening storms, dry and cooler air moves in overnight.
Scattered showers and storms will taper off this evening but another round is likely Thursday afternoon. Here's the latest forecast.
Tonight will be mostly clear and cool with lows near 30 but a gradual warming trend starts tomorrow.
After a brief mix of light snow and rain, much colder air arrives overnight.
The weekend sees a cooldown across the FourStates. Lows will be in the upper 30's Saturday morning with highs only in the 50's. Here's the latest forecast.
It will be a little chilly tonight but that's understandable, it's still Winter.
A breezy west wind will bring in colder air for tonight. Lows will be in the middle 30's. Here's the latest forecast.
South winds have returned across the Four States so tonight will not be as cold as this morning.
Scattered showers and a few storms are likely by Saturday afternoon.
Breezy south winds will keep overnight lows in the upper 40's tonight.
We are in for a chilly night with lows in the lower 30's but winds will turn around to the south after midnight.
Much colder air arrives tonight but this cool down will only last for about 36 hours.
Breezy south winds will keep overnight lows in the 50's tonight. Even warmer weather is on tap for Tuesday but it will be a windy day, too. Here's the latest forecast.
Colder weather is on the way for at least the first half of the weekend.
A few isolated showers will move through this evening and temperatures may cool enough for some of this to change over to flurries or light snow.
Tonight will still be unseasonably cool but not as cold as the last few nights.
A gradual warming trend begins Tuesday but we still have a cold night ahead of us tonight. Here's the latest forecast.
A round of wintry weather arrives Saturday night and Sunday with rain, freezing rain, snow and sleet likely. Here's the latest forecast.
We have more sunshine in store for Thursday but the unseasonably cool weather persists for the next several days.
We may see a narrow band of snow later tonight but no accumulation is expected.
Colder weather is on the way for much of the week.
A southwest breeze will keep overnight lows near 40 tonight and give us a head start for a mild Saturday.
Winds calm down tonight but not before temperatures fall into the 30's.
Scattered showers and storms are likely tonight and early Thursday.
We should see a fairly mild evening but overnight lows will be in the 30's.
Breezy south winds will return Tuesday but this means warmer weather, too.
Tonight will quite cold with lows near 20.
Cooler, northwest winds arrive tomorrow but highs will still be in the upper 40's.
The warming trend continues Thursday with southwest winds and highs in the upper 40's.
South winds will return for most of Wednesday and highs should climb well into the 30's.
Cold Canadian air remains in place and highs will only be in the 20's for most of the Four States tomorrow.
A few flurries are possible this weekend but we should see temperatures climb above freezing for at least a few hours.
We are in for a cold night across the Four States but the winds will be light and variable so wind chills should be a bit more bearable.
We will continue to see patchy freezing drizzle and pockets of light snow this evening.
Wintry weather takes aim on the Four States once again. Areas north of Joplin could see 5 - 7 inches of accumulation. Here's the latest forecast.
Patchy freezing drizzle is possible for Southeast Kansas and Western Missouri north of I-44 through Saturday morning.
Patchy freezing drizzle is possible late tonight and Friday morning.
Breezy south winds continue tonight and Thursday. T
Northerly winds will keep temperatures well below normal tonight and Tuesday but a gradual warming trend returns for the rest of the week.
Northwest winds return Saturday but there isn't really any cold air associated with this. In fact, highs on Sunday will be in the 50's.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for tonight with lows near 5 and wind chill values expected to fall to 5 - 10 below zero.
Much colder air arrives tonight, lows will be in the single digits and wind chill readings could be as low as minus 10.
We get a brief break from the bitter cold but still highs will only be near 40 Wednesday.
Much colder air is on the way and overnight lows will drop into the teens tonight.
South winds will keep temperatures from dropping to drastically but lows will still be around 30.
Tonight will be cold and breezy with lows in the lower 20's tonight.
Another shot of cold air is on the way for Tuesday, highs will only be in the upper 40's for much of the Four States.
High pressure will move to our south allowing mild but breezy weather to return for the weekend.
Patchy drizzle and fog are possible tonight with temperatures rising into the 40's by sunrise.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect tonight and even though accumulations of snow and freezing drizzle will be light, roads could become slick.
South winds will continue into Wednesday allowing the thaw to continue.
We are in for a very cold night with lows in the single digits and wind chills below zero.
Breezy south winds continue tonight but a colder northerly wind arrives Friday with drizzle or patchy light rain. We could see a little wintery weather this weekend. Here's the latest forecast.
Thursday will be breezy and warm with highs in the 60's for one more day.
Breezy and warmer weather is on tap for Wednesday with winds gusting to 25 mph in southeast Kansas and northeast Oklahoma.
A weak cool front will move through the Four States Tuesday but no rain is expected and highs will still be in the middle 50's!
A mix of sleet and snow is possible overnight and even though accumulations will be light for most of the Four States, area roads could become hazardous again. Here's the latest forecast.
Rain is likely Friday and during the onset tomorrow morning, some areas may be cold enough for sleet or freezing drizzle.
Cold Canadian air has arrived once again.
Temperatures will stay below freezing tonight and with the ground as cold as it is, wet roads due to melting today will likely become slick overnight.
Accumulating snow will make many roads in the Four States tonight.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect through 10 A.M. Saturday.
Wintry weather continues into Friday and roads are expected to be slick, if not hazardous.
Our first round of wintry weather moves through Thursday and Friday and roads could become slick.
Much colder air arrives Wednesday with high temperatures near 50 in the morning falling to around 40 by late afternoon.
A breezy south wind will usher warmer air into the Four States but this will be short lived.
A cool and dry air mass remains in place tonight and lows should be in the middle 30's.
Tonight will be clear and cold but southwesterly winds will return tonight and for Thursday.
Gusty north winds will cause temperatures to fall into the teens tonight with the wind chill near 5 at times.
Tonight will be cloudy and cold with some clearing late tonight.
Cold Canadian air will stay in place across the FourStates for the next several days, thanks Canada!
A cold front is moving through the FourStates and parts of Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma could see patchy freezing drizzle overnight and early Friday.
Scattered showers will develop again tonight ahead of a cold front moving through the FourStates Thursday.
Scattered showers are possible late tonight with lows in the lower 40's.
Winds will be on the increase through Saturday as another weather system moves into the Four States.
Breezy south winds will help to push high temperatures into the 50's Thursday. There is also the chance for isolated showers Thursday night. Here's the latest forecast.
Tonight will be the coldest of the season so far, with lows in the upper teens. Wind chills tomorrow morning could be in the single digits. Here's the latest forecast.
We may see a light wintry mix overnight tonight but since the ground is so warm, no accumulation is expected.
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The winds will turn around to the west Saturday ahead of an approaching cold front that arrives here Saturday night.
Southeast winds return tonight so temperatures will only fall into the middle 30's overnight.
After a frosty start Thursday morning, we should see a gradual warming trend for the rest of the week. Here's the latest forecast.
Scattered showers will continue tonight as a cold front approaches from the west.
Scattered showers will move back into the FourStates overnight with rain likely Tuesday.
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Cooler weather arrives for the first part of the weekend.
Clouds will be clearing out overnight with lows in the lower 40's.
Scattered showers and storms will continue tonight and for a good portion of Thursday. Heavy rain may lead to flash flooding as well. Here's the latest forecast.
Scattered showers and storms will develop again Wednesday night into Thursday and heavy rain is possible.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are likely overnight tonight and early Tuesday. South winds will also keep our temperatures on the mild side.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for 10/28/13
Saturday will see a little warmer weather but there's is also the chance for isolated showers in parts of southeast Kansas and northeast Oklahoma.
A Freeze Warning is in effect until 9 a.m. Friday but we should start seeing a slow warming trend heading into the weekend.
Your Storm tracker Morning Forecast for Thursday, October 24th
Tonight will not be as cold as last night but a Freeze Watch is in effect for Thursday night and Friday morning.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Wednesday, October 23rd.
A frost advisory is in effect into the early hours of Wednesday but most areas should climb back to around 60 in most of the Four States today.
We are looking a little warmer weather for Tuesday afternoon but patchy frost is possible early Wednesday morning.
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Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Sunday, October 20th
Patchy frost is possible early Saturday but we should warm to near 60 Saturday afternoon.
Tonight will be mostly clear with lows near 40, then a chance for a cold rain arrives late Friday. Here's the latest forecast.
Your GMFS Storm Tracker Forecast for Thursday, October 17th
We may see a few sprinkles tonight but high pressure has pushed most of the moisture well to our south.
Your Storm Tracker Morning Forecast for Wednesday, October 16th...
Much cooler weather is filtering into the Four-States and lows will be in the 40's for the next several nights.
Scattered showers and storms are likely as a cold front approaches Tuesday morning.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Monday, October 14th.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Sunday, October 13th...
Scattered showers are still possible through the first half of Saturday as a cool front makes it's way across the FourStates.
Friday will be breezy and warm with highs near 80 with the chance for a few thunderstorms moving in Friday night.
The mild October weather continues for Thursday although it will be a little breezy in parts of southeast Kansas and northeast Oklahoma.
The mild weather continues across the Four States for the next several days.
Tuesday will start off on the cool side but we should see highs closer to average for much of the workweek.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Monday, October 7th.
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Scattered showers and storms are still possible for at least parts of the FourStates into Saturday.
We have one more warm day before a cold front will remind us of what season we are actually in.
Patchy fog is likely again overnight and tomorrow morning and visibility could be less than a mile south of I-44.
Patchy fog is likely again overnight with visibility reduced to less than a mile at times.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for September 30th
Scattered showers and storms are likely through the day Saturday but mild weather returns Sunday.
Your Storm Tracker Morning Forecast for Friday, September 27th
We still have one more fairly warm day for Friday but changes arrive over the weekend.
Your Storm Tracker Forecast for Thursday, September 26th
The mild weather continues tonight but we have a few warm days ahead of us.
Your Storm Tracker Morning Forecast for September 25th
Skies will continue to clear out overnight and temperatures will again fall into the upper 50's.
The mild weather continues but a few sprinkles are possible Tuesday afternoon as a system moves to our north.
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Arkansas Regional Forecast for Monday, September 23rd
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