Columbia, MO 65201

37°F

Few Clouds Feels like 28°
  • 15 mph ESE
  • 86%
  • 33°
  • 29.82 in
  • 7:22 AM
  • 5:22 PM

TONIGHT

37°F
Partly Cloudy

  • 13 mph SSE
  • 20%
  • 5:22 PM
  • Tuesday

    57° / 37°
  • Wednesday

    43° / 28°
  • Thursday

    37° / 24°
  • Friday

    37° / 23°
  • Saturday

    37° / 22°
  • Sunday

    34° / 20°

Historical Averages

High Low
Current 57°F 37°F
Average $averagesEntry.avgHiF°F $averagesEntry.avgLoF°F
Record $averagesEntry.recordHiF°F $averagesEntry.recordLoF°F

Winter Weather Watch

Daily Forecast

Tuesday January 24 Morning Weather

TODAY: Patchy dense fog is developing this morning, especially for those south of I-70 where skies are still clear. Freezing fog is possible where the air temperature is at 32 or below for most this morning, so we'll need to keep an eye for slick spots on overpasses. It will be windy and mild with high temperatures in the mid 50s north of I-70 to near 60 south with partly cloudy skies. South winds of 15-20 mph will gust up to 30-35 mph at times. There is a slight chance of showers north of I-70 after 5 PM. Any showers will be light with under a tenth inch of rain.

TONIGHT: It looks to be partly cloudy overnight with temperatures in the upper 30s. The breeze stays with us overnight becoming westerly by midnight sustained near 10-13 mph.

EXTENDED: Colder air moves in Wednesday as a cold front moves through, keeping our high temperatures in the low to mid 40s. Northwesterly winds of 15-20 mph will gust as high as 30 mph at times. Clouds increase on Wednesday, with a slight chance for rain and snow mainly north of I-70 in the afternoon and early evening from 1PM-8PM. Snow accumulation is not expected. Snow flurries or sprinkles are possible farther south in the afternoon through early evening as temperatures fall into the 30s. Temperatures will fall into the 20s Wednesday night. The end of the work week into the weekend looks more seasonal with high temperatures in the mid to upper 30s and nights in the low to mid 20s and dry.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.