TONIGHT: Another quiet evening under mostly clear skies will be the story as high pressure scoots off to our south. That will lead to southwest winds overnight keep temperatures in the low 30s for tomorrow morning. You’ll want the jacket out the door.
CHRISTMAS EVE: We’ll start the day off fairly cool, but early morning sunshine and southerly breezes will aid in warming us through the noon time. By the afternoon, we’re tracking increasing cloud cover ahead of our next storm system set to arrive early Christmas morning. Expect highs near 50 tomorrow.
EXTENDED: Into Christmas morning, we’re tracking upper level disturbance that has a chance to bring rain and snow showers to parts of Mid-Missouri, especially north of I-70. If we see more snow than rain at times, some of that snow could begin to coat grassy surfaces Christmas morning. Any snow would be fairly wet and slushy, and would melt quickly into the afternoon hours Christmas Day, with temperatures close to 50 in the afternoon. Rain chances increase Wednesday and Thursday with the possibility of a few thunderstorms. Stick with ABC 17 News on air and online for the latest changes to tracks and forecasts.