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Tracking rain and snow showers early

TODAY: Thursday morning may be a little slushy as we watch showers transition to snow as temperatures fall to near freezing. Near freezing may be the key here as temperatures may not actually reach 32 degrees in most places, and ground temperatures will likely remain to warm to allow snow to accumulate with any efficiency. This means snow may accumulate briefly on grassy or elevated surfaces, but won't stick around. Snow will come to an end through mid-morning, with those near Rolla being the last to see snow. Clouds stick around leaving us overcast and cool. Temperatures reach mid-30s this afternoon before falling overnight. Our high today was likely already recorded early this morning, in the low 40s. For more details, check out our latest Insider Blog.

TONIGHT: Temperatures fall into the 20s overnight, and clouds hang on.

EXTENDED: Friday morning should bring some clearing after starting overcast. This will help limit any warm up, expect highs in the mid-30s again. Sunshine returns on Saturday, and so does a southerly wind, warming us into the upper-40s. We jump into the 50s on Sunday ahead of another low pressure system. Rain chances build in late Sunday and carry into Monday. Widespread rain and even thunder is starting to look likely to kick off the week. Then we get a break in the rain before another round possibly through the middle-to-end of next week.

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