Snow moves out Arctic cold takes hold

Off to a cold snowy start for your Thursday morning.  Any remaining flurries should be out of the region and the Winter Weather Advisory will expire at 9 a.m.

The remainder of the day, overcast skies will remain allowing temperatures to reach the mid-20s across west central Missouri.  Temperatures will drop off fast after sundown. The lack of sunshine, and clearing skies and today’s snowfall will allow temperatures to plunge into the single digits into your Friday morning.

Friday will be slow to warm, then temperatures will only make it into the lower 20s and for us making it above freezing, I don’t see that happening until at least Sunday. Cold arctic air and high pressure will dominate, keeping us in the freezer.

Sunday we’ll see our first good chance of getting above freezing, as temps will be in the mid-30s for daytime highs.  Then things begin to warm up as daytime highs will be in the mid-40s on Monday and into the lower 50’s on Tuesday.

Our next chance for moisture looks to be on Tuesday, but it’s not looking all that great.  20 percent chance on Tuesday associated with a frontal boundary is pushing through.

Here’s your Quickcast:

Winter Weather Advisory valid until 9 a.m.

Today:  Snow moving out early, then overcast skies.  Highs in the mid-20s.

Tonight: Some clearing, lows in the single digits.  Wind chills near zero.

Friday: Clear skies and cold.  Highs in the lower 20s.

Friday night: Clear skies and cold. Lows near 10 degrees.

Saturday: Clear skies, highs near 30.

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