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TODAY: It will be a cold, blustery day with temperatures only reaching into the upper 20s and lower 30s. Scattered snow showers will be possible throughout the entire day before clearing out tonight. Some areas won't see any snowfall at all, while areas south of I-70 could see a dusting to 1/2". A wind advisory is in effect from 8AM-6PM for Pettis, Chariton, Saline, and Benton counties for wind gusts in excess of 45 mph. Wind chill readings today will only top the teens in the morning, falling to near 10-12 this afternoon, and under 10 degrees by 9PM tonight. The snow chance looks to end north of I-70 by 10AM, and in our southern fringe areas near I-44, by 3PM.

TONIGHT:  It will be a frigid night, as sustained northwest winds of 15-20 mph continue to usher in very cold temperatures and wind chills. We'll dip near 20 overnight, with wind chill readings from 3-9 degrees early Tuesday morning.

EXTENDED: The first half of the work week will be cold, with highs on Tuesday and Wednesday only reaching into the upper 20s. Most of the week looks dry after Monday with seasonal highs by the end of the week. We'll watch for a slight snow chance again on Friday. Accumulation is not expected at this time.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.


 
4 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
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