Snow Line Shifts South, Lowers Predicted Totals in Columbia
COLUMBIA - A change in weather conditions means Columbia will be getting far less snow Sunday than originally predicted.
KOMU 8 News forecaster Eric Aldrich said drier air from the north shifted overnight, pushing the snow line further south.
Columbia can expect 2-4 inches of snow instead of the earlier predicted 6-10 inches.
Still, roads will be slick, with blowing and drifting snow possible. Aldrich said travel is still not advised.
Strong winds and falling temperatures are still a concern. Temperatures are expected to drop to 7 degrees Sunday afternoon, and -5 overnight. Wind chills could go as low as 25 below zero.