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Tracking the end of snow and a weekend warmup

TODAY: Snow is wrapping up by midday Wednesday. Accumulations with this system will slowly melt through the day as temperatures climb just above freezing after sunrise. Roads will be slushy in many places through the early morning if untreated, but especially in southern counties. Communities near the lake area to the east towards Hermann, and places south will be see the greatest impacts to roads. Expect cloudy skies to keep us cool, but just above freezing through the day. You can read more here.

TONIGHT: Temperatures will fall into the 20s overnight, with cloud cover overhead. This will refreeze what is still on the ground, likely making it tougher to clear.

EXTENDED: Thursday will be cold through the day, with temperatures below freezing through the day, so it will be easiest to clear any snow Wednesday before the freeze. Friday brings back moderate warmth, with temperatures climbing back into the 40s. This warmth continues into Saturday, where we'll see temps climb to 50 ahead of chances for rain Saturday night. Behind shower chances, cold air will rush into the region, bringing the chance for a wintry mix into Sunday morning. Then high pressure settles in Monday, leaving us with sunshine, and a high in the 20s. Cool air sticks around well into the middle of next week.

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