The next round of precipitation is expected Thursday into Friday as an upper level shortwave is progged to pivot northeast from the Four Corners Region. Recent model runs have pushed this system through quicker, with the associated surface low dragging a cold front through the area and exiting the Missouri Ozarks by Friday morning. There`s still some uncertainty regarding the exact track and timing of this system, as Euro, GFS, and Canadian models all show a decent spread of possible locations of the Low. Regardless, there`s a 75-85% chance of precipitation, with rain expected as temps are above freezing through the period. Amounts should hang around half to 1.5 inches across the region. A few local higher amounts could be possible based on storm training.
Looking ahead to next weekend, rain chances look to linger through the weekend into early Monday morning, with seasonable temperatures in the 50s.