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TODAY: Skies will be mostly clear this morning with clouds moving in mid morning as the next storm system starts to approach Mid Missouri. Winds will be light from the northeast, becoming easterly later in the day. Temperatures will top in the low teens today.

TONIGHT: Clouds increase tonight, and winds shift bringing a southeast wind. Temperatures will still be frigid, but not quite as cold as Thursday night, with temperatures ranging 5-10.

EXTENDED:  Looking ahead to the weekend, high temperatures Saturday will reach the upper 20s to low 30s with snow developing from late afternoon through the evening and continue overnight. Light snow is possible early Sunday before changing to a wintry mix in the afternoon and ending. Accumulation of 2-5" is not ruled out with this storm system. High temperatures will reach the mid 30s Sunday. Another storm system will bring a chance of wintry precipitation late Monday into Tuesday. Rain, freezing rain, and sleet will be possible throughTuesday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

There are currently no severe weather alerts.

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