TONIGHT: Scattered showers continue through the early evening, but begin to break up tonight as they pull to the east. Clouds hang around through the night as temperatures drop towards freezing. Isolated snow showers can’t be ruled out by daybreak. Although rain ends before freezing temperatures move in, watch for areas of ice on roads as standing water freezes toward morning.
TUESDAY: Light snow showers are possible through mid-morning with a dusting possible in areas. Temperatures will start off just below freezing and only climb into the lower 30s north and upper 30s in the Ozarks as clouds clear in the afternoon. It will be windy and cold with northwesterly winds at 15-22 gusting up to 35 mph at times.
EXTENDED: Lows will dip into the low 20s Tuesday night under clear skies and with diminishing wind. Winds will shift to the south on Wednesday, giving us a nice break from the winter weather as we reach into the lower 50s under mostly sunny skies. The mild weather continues Thursday with highs in the low to mid 50s and a chance of light showers in the afternoon and evening as moisture returns. A developing storm system will track to our south Friday, drawing in colder air from the north with a chance of light snow. Friday will be windy and cold with falling temperatures into the mid to upper 20s and wind chills in the teens with minor snow accumulation possible. After a dry but cold day Saturday, another chance of light snow moves in Sunday as the unsettled weather pattern continues with below average temperatures. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest forecast and check back here for updates.