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Bitterly cold Wednesday

TONIGHT: A bitterly cold night is expected across Mid-Missouri under partly cloudy skies. Lows will bottom out near zero north of I-70 to 5 degrees south of Hwy 50. Winds out of the north will generate wind chills of -5 to -12 degrees by early Wednesday morning.

WEDNESDAY: The cold is here to stay despite some sunshine. Highs will only top out in the upper teens to near 20, dropping to near 10 Wednesday night with afternoon wind chills only in the single digits as a light northerly breeze continues.

EXTENDED: We’ll stay cold Thursday with highs only in the low to mid 20s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Friday will be the “warmer” day as we reach the upper 20s. There is a slight chance of light snow north of I-70 Friday afternoon with little to no accumulation. Another surge of arctic air moves in for the weekend, keeping us in the teens for highs with nights dropping to near zero. There is a slight chance of snow Saturday afternoon and night but confidence is still low in this. We will continue to watch the trends and will have the newest forecast on ABC17 News and right here.

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