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Wintry weather Sunday, warming next week

TODAY: There is a Winter Weather Advisory due to light sleet and freezing rain moving in after 7 AM, spreading east through the afternoon. A glaze to tenth inch of ice is expected on untreated surfaces which will lead to hazardous travel. Side roads, parking lots and any untreated surfaces will be slick. Temperatures will slowly rise above freezing this afternoon and conditions will improve slowly. However, side roads may still have issues because of the length of our last cold spell yielding sub-freezing ground temperatures.

TONIGHT: Rain will end in the evening hours as temperatures drop back to near freezing overnight. Any leftover water will re-freeze and could lead to slick areas. Lows will drop into the upper 20s north of I-70 and to near 32 degrees in the Ozarks with mostly cloudy skies and winds shifting to the northwest under 10 mph.

EXTENDED: We’ll start warming up from Monday through Wednesday with high temperatures in the low to mid 40s Monday and Tuesday and in the 50s Wednesday. Another cold front has the potential to bring rain by Wednesday night into Thursday, with a brief changeover to snow possible. Temperatures will fall below freezing again Thursday night through the weekend with a chance of light snow Saturday. Watch ABC17 news for the newest forecast and check back here for updates.

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