TODAY: A north with wind this morning of 8-14 mph will bring a wind chill to the mid 20s possibly upper teens by 8AM. After morning sun clouds will increase by 12PM-2PM with temperatures 30 degrees colder today in the mid to low 40s.
TONIGHT: Winds will be light under 10 mph from the north . Temperatures overnight will drop to the mid 20s with wind chills arriving in the teens early Saturday morning. There will be a chance for snow to increase north of I-70 by 2AM-4AM while most areas will see snow arrive by Saturday morning.
EXTENDED: Friday night, a light wintry mix of sleet and snow will develop from 3-6 AM in the Ozarks with light snow developing north of I-70 after 4 AM. There is a chance that areas from I-70 and north will see all snow. The wintry mix will change to periods of all snow through the afternoon before tapering off by early evening. Light accumulation of 1″ to 2″ is looking possible for most locations. Under 1″ is likely south of I-70. We’ll need to monitor slightly higher accumulations up to 3″ for those north of HWY 24. Temperatures will be below or near freezing Saturday and untreated roads could be slick, especially bridges and overpasses. High temperatures will only reach the low 30s Saturday, falling into the upper teens by Sunday morning. Most of the day Sunday looks dry and cold with highs in the upper 30s but another chance of snow moves in after 9 PM Sunday into Monday morning, with possible slick roads for the morning commute. Minor accumulation by next Monday looks possible at this time. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.