Clear and feels like 10°
Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Expect passing clouds tonight. Temperatures will fall into the lower 10s, with wind chills around 0 degrees.
Wednesday should start off with a bit of sunshine. Clouds will increase in the morning hours with snow showers possible after noon. The highest accumulations (1 to 2") will be east of HWY 63. The rest of the area could see anywhere from a dusting to 1". Columbia and Jeff City could see .50 to 1". A few flakes still possible Wednesday evening, however, most snow will be over by 6pm.
Temperatures will be allowed to slowly warm for the end of this week. Reaching near 40 by Friday. Thursday and Friday should both be partly sunny, with a few flakes possible on Friday as a new system dives into the region and brings another push of arctic air for th weekend. We are tracking a system for Valentine's Day Sunday. At this point we could see a few inches of snowfall. There is plenty of time for this system (currently in the north Pacific) to change. Stay tuned!
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