Another band of light snow will move through northeastern Missouri Thursday night into Friday morning with another fast moving wave of low pressure aloft. This band of snow will move through from 12-6 AM Friday, possibly adding up a dusting to 1/2″ in Audrain, Monroe, Montgomery and Randolph counties which could lead to slick roads for the morning commute in our northeastern counties.
Another blast of arctic air moves in Friday night and will keep us below freezing through the weekend. Some of our medium range forecast models are showing a stronger wave of low pressure moving through Sunday, bringing snow from mid-morning into early evening. There is still some uncertainty on the path of this system but at this time it looks like there could be light snow accumulation.
As new data comes in and forecast models converge on a solution for Sunday, we will post Snow Tracker with how much snow can be expected and when it will move in. Please check back for updates.