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Next round of snow moving in tonight


SATURDAY: Now that we’re behind this cold front that brought a few flurries last night, winds have turned out of the north. These winds working in tandem with mostly cloudy skies will keep temperatures from making it past the middle 30s this afternoon.

TONIGHT: Temperatures will fall to the mid to upper 20s by this evening, so keep that coat handy if you have any plans tonight. Our next chance of snow still looks on track to move in around midnight tonight. Expect moderate to heavy snowfall rates at times in the early morning as this system ramps up quickly. Winds will pick up as snow falls reducing visibility even more, adding to the treacherous travel conditions. Snow will continue into Sunday morning.

EXTENDED: We have a Weather Alert Day in effect for Sunday into Monday for these dangerous travel conditions expected along with brutally cold temperatures to follow. We’re still expecting some of the heaviest bands of snow to set up south of I-70 early Sunday morning, but all of Mid-Missouri will see accumulating snowfall. Amounts still look like 3-4″ along the I-70 corridor, with slightly less north of the interstate. The heaviest amounts look to be toward Lake of the Ozarks, where 5+” isn’t out of the question. Behind this system, Arctic air will move back in as temperatures drop to near zero Sunday night with wind chills around 12-18 below zero with a continued northerly breeze. We will stay cold Monday, only managing to get into the teens by the afternoon. Our slow warming starts on Tuesday, making it back into the 20s nearing 40 by Thursday. Our next chance of rain and snow moves in toward the end of next week. Check back on air and online for the latest ABC 17 Stormtrack forecast.

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