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Tracking subzero wind chills and the chance for freezing rain

TONIGHT: I'm tracking temperatures cooling back down into the low single digits with a clear sky over mid-Missouri. With winds slowly increasing in intensity throughout the early hours tomorrow morning I'm expecting wind chills to once again be below zero. This is why the ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day is in effect.

TOMORROW: I'm tracking below zero wind chills through the early morning hours tomorrow and winds strengthening throughout the afternoon. With the help from south westerly winds, temperatures will warm up into the low 30s by the afternoon hours. Cloud cover will also slowly increase as moisture is transported through these winds. Late tomorrow night there is a 20-30% chance for light freezing rain which increases through the early morning hours on Monday.

EXTENDED: I'm tracking light early morning freezing rain on Monday as surface temperatures will be just below freezing. Accumulation is expected to be a glaze which will be enough these accumulations to cause slick roadways and sidewalks. This is why we have an ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day in effect through Monday morning. Through the later hours of the morning and afternoon hours I'm tracking the transition to a cold rainfall as surface temperatures warm above freezing. This will start to bring an end to the impacts observed from the round of freezing rain. Throughout the rest of next week, I'm tracking chances for rain almost every day and high temperatures staying in low 40s. This will be a nice change of pace compared to these past couple of days.

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