TONIGHT: Our area will experience winds of 12-15 mph, with gusts up to 20 as a cold front moves in. Along with this, Columbia could start seeing light showers late tonight, which will shift into freezing rain and snow later in the night. As for totals and affects, I'm not expecting much, as total freezing rain accumulation is less than 1/10th of an inch. If we see any snow, it'll be a light dusting, but still make sure to drive careful tomorrow morning.
TOMORROW: The cold front takes over Missouri, and temperatures drop into the 30s for our high. Winds start to die down, but will still be blowing, meaning that wind chills will be a lot more noticeable with the temperatures. Sunday night we do have another slight chance for a wintry mix into Monday morning, but the amounts and effects are similar to tonight's system.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will climb into the 30s about mid-week, with partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout that time. We have very slim chances of precipitation Tuesday and Wednesday, but these systems have been tracking further south. This means if we do experience anything, it'll be light mixes of either snow or freezing rain. By the end of the week, we finally climb into the 40s, but clouds are still sticking around.