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Tracking clearing clouds and the return of measurable snow

TODAY: Clouds early Monday will slowly clear through the morning. Winds from the southwest and increasing sunshine may boost temperatures just barely into the low 40s by the afternoon.

TONIGHT: High level clouds enter late this evening, thickening cloud cover by Tuesday morning. Winds will generally remain from the southwest overnight, keeping temperatures near the freezing mark at daybreak.

EXTENDED: Tuesday is mostly cloudy, and mostly dry, but it is also a Weather Alert Day, as rain and snow returns in the evening. An approaching low pressure brings light showers, that will quickly transition to snow Tuesday night. As temperatures fall, snow will fill the forecast from Tuesday night, to Wednesday morning. Accumulations are likely for most, if not all of mid-Missouri. For more, read our latest Insider Blog. After snow stops Wednesday, temperatures will be above freezing, making the ground quite wet and slushy as snow melts. Re-freezing is a concern for Thursday morning, as temps drop into the 20s again, before climbing to just near freezing by the afternoon. Another system dives in from the north of Friday, but this is a much quicker moving setup, with less moisture, so chances for precipitation are low. Additionally, highs on Friday are forecast in the mid-40s, so wintry precipitation is less likely. Better chances for rain show up into early next week.

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