SATURDAY NIGHT: Temperatures will be cold tonight in the lower teens. A light breeze out of the east will produce wind chills in the single digits. A jacket will be needed if you're planning on heading out this evening.
SUNDAY: It looks to be another cold day across Mid-Missouri with temperatures in the mid-20s. A fast moving clipper system will push through the western portions of the viewing area bringing close to an inch of snow, mainly west and south of HWY 63 with the main story being a steadily increasing wind throughout the afternoon into Sunday evening which will yield single digit wind chills Sunday night into Monday.
EXTENDED: There is also a chance of brief light snow or flurries Monday morning as another surge of Arctic air moves in. This front will lead to falling temperatures Monday afternoon into the single digits, with overnight lows near zero. Wind chills will hold steady below zero Monday night into Tuesday, and bitterly cold with highs in the teens. Fortunately we should moderate back to near normal temperatures by the middle and end of next week. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.