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Refrain from open burning on Monday due to dry and windy conditions. There is a slight chance for rain Tuesday evening for some in central Missouri.
Snow will once again have the potential to create hazardous travel on Wednesday.
With wind chills and temperatures decreasing, child safety in winter weather is more important than ever.
Snow has moved out for Saturday night, but another brief round is possible Sunday. The pattern remains cold and active into the upcoming week.
Mostly cloudy skies will hang on for much of Sunday, with some breaks possible late in the afternoon. Sunnier skies will hold off until Monday, and a warming trend may see highs get into the 50s by Wednesday.
Mild and breezy conditions are expected for Sunday. The dry weather will linger through Monday, but an approaching storm system will spell chances of rain - and even a few flakes - for Tuesday and Wednesday. That, plus a look ahead to New Year's Day, is the focus of today's weather blog.
Mother Nature is treating everyone to a free roller coaster ride. You don't have to go anywhere to collect the tickets and you don't have a choice.
Saturday will bring cool and cloudy conditions. A warm-up then gets underway for Sunday, with highs in the 50s by Monday and Tuesday. Winter will get its revenge, however, as a powerful cold front moves through Wednesday afternoon.