Temperatures warm up to start the work week

After a cool and rainy day to end our weekend a warm front will move in to start the work week.

Rain Chances Sunday

Spotty rain will move in overnight Saturday and persist through the day Sunday.

Mild weekend, slight rain chance

Temperatures will be above average this weekend with a slight chance of rain Sunday.

Warming temperatures for the weekend

The weekend looks mainly dry with above average temperatures.

Cool, dry weather pattern this week

Cooler air moves in this week but it remains mainly dry.

Cooler weather returns this week

Temperatures will be closer to our average by the middle of the week.

Unseasonable start this week

Temperatures will be above average for most of the next week.

Mild weekend

Temperatures will remain unseasonably warm through Monday.

Light snow possible near I-44 Wednesday night

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 6 AM Thursday.

Little snowfall so far this season

Below average snowfall continues into the second half of January.

Weather pattern change brings warmer weather by late-week

Arctic air starts the week but moves out by the end of the week.

Glazing of ice possible as colder air moves in

Another surge of arctic air moves in by Monday morning freezing moisture on roads.

Slightly warmer weekend, wintry mix Sunday

Moisture moves in Sunday as temperatures hover near freezing.

A light wintry mix is possible this weekend.

Moisture moving over freezing surface temperatures could cause minor icing Sunday.

Another bitterly cold start to the day Thursday

Wind chills will drop to 10-18 below zero again for Thursday morning.

Dangerously Cold Wind Chills Wednesday

Bitterly cold temperatures combine with gusty northerly winds.

Another surge of arctic air Wednesday

Wind chills will drop as low as 15-20 below zero Wednesday morning.

A chilly week ahead

Temperatures won't reach out of the 20s all week.

Light snow Saturday night

A cold front will bring snow and falling temperatures to Mid-Missouri Saturday night.

Messy weekend weather, chance of snow Saturday night

The low pressure system we've been tracking all week is now over southern Texas, and will continue to push north over the next 24 hours.


 
There are currently no severe weather alerts.
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