SUNDAY: We’re continuing to track a weak disturbance into Mid-Missouri this morning. It will bring a chance of seeing some sprinkles and flurries south of I-70 before moving out of the area by midday. We’ll see clouds gradually clear out of the region into the afternoon, with temperatures making it back into the middle 40s, but a steady westerly breeze will keep wind chills in low to mid 30s.
TONIGHT: Quiet weather will hold into the overnight hours as temperatures dip to near 30 degrees once again. Winds will turn to a more southwesterly direction, which will help temperatures heading into Monday.
EXTENDED: Christmas Eve will stay dry for any last minute preparations until later in the night with temperatures staying mild, topping out near 50. We’ll see our next disturbance move in Monday night bringing a chance of seeing some light showers. With the disturbance still offshore, we’ll have to keep an eye on the exact placement of the system. Some models indicate that we could see a few flakes mixing in with this precipitation north of I-70. The possibility of a White Christmas looks slim at this point, however. Temperatures stay mild through the holiday with yet another system moving in by Wednesday, bringing a much better shot at seeing widespread rainfall and even an isolated rumble of thunder possible Thursday. Stick with ABC 17 News on air and online for the latest changes to tracks and forecasts.