TONIGHT: Showers moving in from the south after sunset. Precipitation turns to snow late and accumulates overnight. 2-4 inches of snow is likely over most of Mid-Missouri. Lows near 32.
MORNING: Snow showers begin to taper off late morning, with possible snow showers throughout the day. Airy with highs in the low to mid 30’s. The roads could still be slippery into the evening hours.
EXTENDED: A winter storm system moving into the mid-South tonight will bring rain and snow to much of the region tonight, with precipitation shifting to snow late tonight. Accumulation is likely overnight, with 2-4 inches through Wednesday morning for much of Mid-Missouri. Amounts greater than 5 inches may occur in some locations near the Lake of the Ozarks and I-44. Muddy, wet snow could make roads muddy and slick by Wednesday night, but road conditions should improve drastically by Thursday. Temperatures are cool on Thursday as high temperatures remain near 30 degrees with gusty winds. Friday is warmer to end the week in the mid 40’s. The weekend will start out somewhat mild with highs in the mid 40’s on Saturday ahead of another storm system that will bring rain and/or a wintry mix from Saturday night through Sunday morning. This event won’t be as impressive as what we’ll see over the next few days, but beyond that we’re tracking cooler temperatures to end the weekend with highs in the upper 20’s to around 30’s. A puff of arctic air keeps us colder than average into the next week with teenage morning lows beginning Monday morning.
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