SATURDAY: After a cold start in the morning, sunshine will attempt to warm us into the afternoon, but we can only manage to get into the mid to upper 30s. Factoring in winds up to 10 mph, wind chills will top out in the upper 20s.
TONIGHT: Clouds begin to increase in the evening and into the overnight hours. Winds out of the south will keep us from getting as cold as we woke up to this morning with temperatures only dropping into the upper 20s.
EXTENDED: Clouds look to stick around heading into Sunday, but it will be warmer with temperatures reaching the middle 40s. Another cold front will slide through Mid-Missouri Sunday evening, bringing another chance of precipitation. We’ll see rain to start the event before changing over to snow for the remainder. That chance of snow will linger into Monday behind this front before moving east Monday evening. The better chance at seeing some flurries into Monday is south of I-70. Accumulations with this system will be light with most of us seeing a dusting but an isolated inch isn’t out of the question. Temperatures struggle to get back to the freezing mark on Monday and Tuesday as we top out in the mid 30s. We’ll be in a dry weather pattern for the rest of the week as temperatures rebound into the middle 40s Wednesday and make it back to the 50s by Thursday. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest on our changing weather and check back here for updates.