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Wintry mix ends, Arctic air moves in

TONIGHT: Snow flurries will end and skies will become partly cloudy late as drier air moves in. Windy conditions are expected on the backside of the front, with winds out of the northwest up to 28 mph and gusts as high as 35 through the night. This will produce wind chills as low as -8 degrees by morning under clear skies. Low temperatures will drop to near 10.

FRIDAY: We’ll see some sunshine through early afternoon before clouds increase again. High temperatures will only reach the low 20s with northerly winds at 8-15 mph, producing wind chills below zero in the morning and single digits to low teens in the afternoon.

EXTENDED: The Arctic air will stick around through the weekend, keeping high temperatures in the low 20s Saturday and lows in the single digits Saturday night with partly cloudy skies. We are watching a couple fast moving areas of low pressure which will move through this weekend. The first of these “Clippers” will move through early Saturday but won’t have enough moisture to produce snow as it move into Mid-Missouri. The other which moves through Sunday could allow for some light snow across Mid-Missouri with a possible dusting to an inch of snow. There is also a chance of brief light snow or flurries Monday morning. Temperatures will stay below freezing through next Wednesday with warming temperatures possible late in the week. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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