TONIGHT: Quiet weather sticks around into the overnight hours. Winds will turn back out of the northwest tonight with overnight lows falling into the low 20s with mostly cloudy skies.
MONDAY: We stay dry with cloud cover lingering and temperatures once again struggling to warm much above freezing in the afternoon. A north breeze at 5-8 mph will give us wind chills in the teens in the morning and 20s in the afternoon.
EXTENDED: The first part of Tuesday looks dry, but we’ll be tracking our next round of winter weather by the afternoon. As a low pressure system lifts northeast, it will bring the return of snow back to Mid-Missouri, developing by mid afternoon in the Ozarks and spreading northeast through the evening. Accumulations look likely with possible slick roads by the evening commute Tuesday south of I-70 where snow develops first. Overnight, snow will gradually change to freezing rain and drizzle before ending and ice accumulation is possible by early Wednesday morning. Precipitation moves out Wednesday morning and by the afternoon temperatures make it back above freezing, into the upper 30s. Temperatures will gradually warm up throughout the week, with a chance at seeing 50 degrees by next weekend, with the unsettled pattern continuing and more rain or mix chances. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest forecast and check back here for updates.