We are on the warm side of this storm system and will continue to enjoy temperatures in the 60s today. Showers will be off and on in fashion and move in from the west through the afternoon and evening hours. I don't expect anything too heavy, just of the nuisance variety and no thunder either.
The two sided storm system that's producing ice in Kansas and Missouri and rain elsewhere is a slow mover and will mean good chances for rain off and on through Wednesday morning. The front finally passes by on Tuesday night and drier weather takes over through early next weekend.
So while the precipitation chance is high, temperatures will be running above normal as well. Gulf moisture in place will cause overnight lows to be warmer than normal highs. Humidity and temperatures levels stay above normal until after the cold front passes by. You might need to turn the heat back on by Wednesday morning with lows back in the 40s. Overall, I don't see any extreme temperatures in the near future.
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist