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Snow and Bitter Temperatures for Monday

SUNDAY NIGHT: Clouds will continue building into the overnight hours. Around midnight, we'll start to see spotty showers developing across Mid-Missouri. This should remain as rain until Monday morning as temperatures will not reach freezing yet.

MONDAY: Early in the morning, the rain showers will begin converting into snow as temperatures continue dropping. As the rain droplets freeze, we could see some freezing rain and sleet before we see snow. Road impacts will remain minimal, however, elevated surfaces could become slick. Snow accumulations are expected to remain around 1" for most of the viewing area.

EXTENDED:  There could be points of heavy snowfall during the morning hours lasting until 2 pm Monday afternoon. The high temperature during the afternoon on Monday will be in the mid 20's. The system moves out of the area by the evening on Monday, leaving us with sunny skies for Tuesday. Temperatures will continue to stay frigid overnight Monday into Tuesday, with wind chills near zero for Tuesday morning. We will see a gradual warming trend into next weekend where we will make it to the upper 40's again.

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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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