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TONIGHT: Skies will stay partly cloudy overnight with the next blast of cold air moving in. Temperatures will fall into the single digits but the breeze will make it feel more like -2 to -8 by morning.

SATURDAY: It will be a very cold day with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will only reach the lower 20s with an easterly breeze making it feel more like the single digits much of the day. There is a chance of light snow by late afternoon mainly north of I-70 and east of HWY 63.

EXTENDED:  Light snow will spread south Saturday night to near Columbia and Jefferson City by 5-6 AM. Snow is likely Sunday morning, tapering off through early afternoon. 1-2" is  likely for Columbia and Jefferson City, and 2-3" for far northeastern Mid-Missouri. Lower amounts of under an inch are expected for areas near HWY 65 and south to the Lake of the Ozarks. Sunday night looks dry but there is another slight chance of snow early Monday and again Tuesday morning. Next week will bring above average temperatures for mid-February in the low 50s starting Tuesday, reaching 60 degrees by Thursday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

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