SATURDAY: A cold front is driving just a bit of rain out of the viewing area through the morning hours. That should clear out leaving us cloudy in the early AM hours. We will gradually clear throughout the day until we reach mostly sunny in the afternoon. We will be falling in temperatures throughout the day leaving our high's in the mid 30's.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy and staying dry. Lows in the low 20's.
EXTENDED: Sunday is when we can expect to see our next winter system move in starting around 9 am with light to moderate snowfall throughout the viewing area. The heavy snow moves in into the afternoon hours, around 1 or 2 pm and sticking with us until the overnight. The impacts will be mid-Missouri wide but the heaviest snowfall will be along i-70 and north. We will see the heavy snow die down around 1 am Monday but we could see a second round that hugs the i-44 corridor and that looks to be more of an ice/snow mix which could last into the evening Monday. In total we could receive 3-5 inches of accumulation with the greater accumulation around and north of i-70. The timing of this system is a bit tricky so make sure you stay updated using out ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather App which is free to download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. You can also use our interactive radar on the website by clicking the drop down weather tab on the left hand side catalog. Once the snow clears out Monday night, we will be left in the low 30's with our temperatures but will be sunny for most of the rest of the work week.