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WEATHER ALERT DAY: Snow tapering off across mid-Missouri, cold air to cause morning impacts

SYNOPSIS:

Snow continues to rotate out of mid-Missouri this evening. Most snowfall will exit our eastern counties by 7pm.

Snow will continue to taper off with most of the area seeing 1-3" total storm accumulation by sundown.

In addition to the snowfall, temperatures stay below freezing with winds gusting up to 30 mph at times. This will keep wind chills in the single digits to low teens all day Saturday.

It will be bitterly cold tonight, with temperatures dropping into the middle teens. Winds will continue to be blustery. Winds chills will be in the single digits. Cold temperatures overnight will also cause any side roads/untreated areas to refreeze into the morning. Keep it slow through the morning commute.

Some sunshine and warmer temperatures will help improve conditions on Sunday.

FLOODING:

Yesterday's storms dropped heavy rain

Even though we're expecting a change over to a wintry mix, we're already dealing with some flooded roadways in Mid-Missouri this morning. Some places picked up 3-5" of rain according to radar. Have a rainfall total you want to share with us? You can do it through the share tab on that ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather App or here.
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Jessica Quick

Jessica Quick returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.

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Jehnna Azzara

Jehnna Azzara appears on weekend morning broadcasts.

Jessica Quick

Jessica Quick returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.

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Kevin Schneider gives the latest forecast each weekday morning on ABC 17 News.

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Maddie Est

Maddie Est appears on ABC 17’s weekend evening broadcasts. She grew up in St. Louis, and her passion for weather originated from a young age thanks to all the different weather that St. Louis receives. She is currently studying Atmospheric Science at the University of Missouri.

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  1. The snows a ‘com’n. I walked through the puddles in the parking lot of where I reside & felt it. Thanks for everything & know beyond everything that I love each of You at KMIZ 17 News ❤❤❤

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