MONDAY: Early in the day areas north of I-70 may see light snow flurries for the morning commute, but the majority of the day look to remain dry after 10 AM under a lot of heavy cloud cover. You’ll need the coat all day, with temperatures steady in the low to mid 30s. Fortunately winds will be light, so wind chills won’t pose much of an issue.
TONIGHT: Clouds don’t budge into this evening as temperatures fall back into the mid 20s. A steady breeze out of the northwest through morning will make it feel like the teens through the night.
EXTENDED: Cloudy skies will hold strong through Tuesday, some flurries are possible again, but mainly east of HWY 63. We stay cold, without much sunshine over the next 48 hours. Wednesday, we’re tracking a warm front lifting through the area which will help break up some of the cloud cover across Mid-MO and helping temperatures rebound a bit to near 40 degrees. Our next cold front is quick to follow Thursday. This will bring a quick moving system that brings in snow chances for Wednesday night into Thursday morning, ushering in cold air behind it. Temperatures closing out the week will be back near freezing for highs. Trends keeps us cold through next weekend. Stay with ABC 17 News as we continue to track the latest details on the changing conditions.