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One last arctic front before we warm up this weekend.

THIS AFTERNOON: The flurries we have seen this morning will be ending after 12pm, with partly cloudy skies taking over by 3pm. Temperatures will fall into the teens by 6pm. It will be brrrrreezy out of the northwest at 10-15 mph with wind chills getting knocked below zero by nightfall. If you get out this afternoon, you will want to bring with you a heavy jacket.

TONIGHT: Temperatures will plummet back towards 0 degrees by Thursday morning with winds out of the northwest. Winds up to 10 mph will drop the wind chill factor towards -15 under clear skies.

EXTENDED: It continues to be dry through Friday with below freezing temperatures. Friday’s highs will reach the lower 20s. Warmer air finally arrives as we head into the weekend but Saturday will still be quite chilly with highs approaching the freezing mark. Areas west of HWY 63 look to hold the best chance for above freezing temperatures on Saturday. Southerly winds will boost temperatures into the lower 40s Sunday across all of mid-Mo with a slight chance of rain due to increasing moisture late this weekend. Early next week shows another cool down with highs in the 30s on Monday and dropping temperatures through mid-week. Watch ABC17 News for the newest forecast and check back here for updates.

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