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Heavy Snow Blankets mid-Missouri

THIS AFTERNOON: Snow will continue through the rest of the afternoon. Tapering off around 5pm. Snow totals of 2-3" have been measured across the area, another 1" isn't out of the question. Winds will continue to make blowing snow an issue for the evening commute. Give yourself plenty of time headed home!

TONIGHT: The coldest air we've seen so far settles in tonight. We'll still be dealing with a northerly wind, but won't be as blustery but enough to move wind chills to near zero, as overnight lows fall into the teens.

EXTENDED: A frigid day is in store on Tuesday with highs not getting out of the twenties for the second straight day. We'll get sunny skies, but those clear skies lead to another cold night with temperatures falling back into the teens. Wind chills aren't expected to be quite as cold as the night before but still something you'll need to bundle up for. We begin our slow climb out of the freezer Wednesday as temperatures get back on the right side of 32 with highs getting into the middle 30s, on our way to the upper 40s by Friday.

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