Saturday Forecast

*** Heat Advisory Continues Through Sunday Evening for metro St. Louis *** 

*** Threat for some severe storms Saturday night *** 

Lots of blow off clouds from thunderstorms today. That keeps temperatures down a touch, but when the sun pops out they jump up quickly.  We are stuck in the heat thanks to a stalled front to our north and a tropical system along the Gulf Coast. Until that southern storm moves off to the east, the front stays just to our north keeping the threat for storms around and the cooler air away.  

Saturday night, Scattered thunderstorms, a few of which may be severe, through this evening. Damaging winds will be the main threat. Overnight, things dry out and we drop into the upper 70s for lows.  

Sunday, without morning storms around there will be fewer clouds. That means at hotter day on Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 90s. However, the storm threat returns ahead of a cold front Sunday evening and continue overnight.  

Monday, the threat for rain and storms continues, especially in the morning. This is thanks to a cold front finally moving through the region. Our temperatures will drastically cool down behind this front. Highs Monday and Tuesday in the upper 70s to 80. 


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