Columbia police responded to shots fired near the Columbia Mall around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night.
A dusting of snow is possible Friday morning in parts of Mid-Missouri with another chance of measurable snow Sunday.
A dusting to an inch of snow is expected in parts of Mid-Missouri.
Wednesday evening will bring a chance of light snow for counties mainly north of I-70.
Wind chills will drop to near zero Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
An approaching cold front will cause winds to intensify Sunday night into Monday, with winds in excess of 45 mph expected for the western fringes of Mid-Missouri.
Big changes are in store for early next week, bringing more winter-like conditions back to Mid-Missouri.
Warm temperatures are expected for the weekend, but an arctic blast sinks south late Sunday into Monday, bringing much cooler temperatures for early next week.
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A blast of cold air moves in Wednesday but doesn't last long.
Tuesday morning will bring a threat for thunderstorms. Severe storms are not expected, while storms could produce gusty winds near 35 mph.
A storm system that will push its way northeastward into Mid-Missouri Monday night will bring rain along with a chance for thunderstorms for some during the day on Tuesday.
Saturday's spring like temperatures will stick with us for the last day of January, but will be paired with mostly cloudy skies and rain.
This weekend will bring Spring temperatures, typical for what we see from March 20-March 29. Here's the latest weekend forecast.
Mild temperatures will last through the first part of next week. Colder air arrives by next week, bringing rain, and light snow to Mid-Missouri.
Temperatures warm to near 60 by Saturday with a chance of rain moving in by early Sunday.
Colder air moves in for a couple days before we warm up again.
A surface low pressure system expected to move through Mid-Missouri on Monday will bring light rain during the daytime hours, with the possibility of this rain transitioning into light snow by Monday evening.
Mid-Missouri will enjoy another day of dry, tranquil weather Sunday before a cold front brings rain back to the forecast late Sunday night through Monday.
After a cold start to the weekend, it will feel more like spring Sunday.
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