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Tracking Snow Chances as Arctic Air Begins Our Week

SUNDAY: It looks to be another cold day across Mid-Missouri with temperatures in the mid-20s. A fast moving clipper system will push through the western portions of the viewing area this morning and early into our afternoon bringing close to an inch of snow, mainly west and south of HWY 63. Winds will be veering out of the south throughout the day.

SUNDAY NIGHT : Overcast skies and southerly winds will hold our temperatures steady tonight. Winds will be increasing throughout the evening before shifting out of the north in the morning. Winds will be gusty at times throughout the night, producing wind chills nearing single digits.

EXTENDED: Early on Monday morning, we will see a chance of snow for most of our viewing area with a cold front pushing through. This cold front will be bringing with it yet another shot of Arctic air and gusty winds. We could see a dusting up to an inch of snow for most of Mid-Missouri Monday morning as temperatures will tumble throughout the day. Monday night we will bottom out around zero degrees, with wind chills from 10 to 20 degrees below zero. Tuesday will be cold as well with highs only topping out in the teens. The moderating process will begin Wednesday into Thursday and highs going into next weekend look to be at or above normal. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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