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Snow ends as bitterly cold air settles in

TONIGHT: Clouds will decrease through the night, with a bitterly cold night expected. Under clear skies and any snow pack we see, temperatures will quickly fall to near 15 degrees. With winds out of the north up to 12 mph, we’ll easily see wind chills in the single digits for Tuesday morning. You’ll want to make sure you bundle up if you are going to be outside.

TUESDAY: Although it will be sunny, it won’t warm up much. We’ll start the day in the teens and only reach the low 30s. A northwesterly breeze will make it feel like the single digits in the early morning and in the 20s in the afternoon.

EXTENDED: As high pressure slowly shifts off to the east we’ll see a gradual warming trend. Wednesday, temperatures will rebound back into the upper 30s and lower 40s. While most of this week is dry, we are watching a wave of moisture that could bring some cold rain to southeastern parts of Mid-Missouri as we head into Thursday. For now it’s a low chance of seeing anything, but it is being watched. Friday looks to be the nicest day of the week, as we could squeeze out some 50s across the region, before another shot of cold air knocks us back into the 30s by Sunday. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest on our changing weather and check back here for updates.>

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