Freezing rain, rain, sleet and snow are all possible Friday and Friday night.
More arctic air moves in Wednesday keeping us in bitter cold air.
Temperatures stay below average for the next 7 days with wintry weather possible Friday.
We are tracking chances for light snow Monday evening for parts of Mid-Missouri.
We will see just a few more days of high temperatures in the 20s before a very slight warm up comes to Mid-Missouri.
Sunday will bring another chance of accumulating snowfall to Mid-Missouri.
Arctic air sticks around for the weekend with a chance of light snow.
Accumulating snow is possible south of HWY 50 Thursday through AM Friday.
Arctic air will move in on Wednesday, dropping temperatures into the 30s by Wednesday afternoon and wind chills in the 20s. Thursday's highs will only reach the mid-to-upper 20s with low-to-middle 20s for highs on Friday.
Arctic air moves in with snow and sleet to follow.
Our first measurable snow of the season is possible later in the week.
Temperatures will be well above average to start the month of December this week.
Weather will be wonderful Sunday to end the holiday weekend.
Milder air will return to Mid-Missouri to kick off the weekend. Temperatures during the afternoon will reach the low 50s, above average for the end of November.
Chilly, but dry weather for Thanksgiving and Black Friday in Mid-Missouri.
Chilly, but dry weather will keep travel moving for our region.
The weather will be dry with warming temperatures.
Another blast of arctic air will bring more frigid temperatures.
Temperatures warm as we head into the holiday weekend.
We will see cold temperatures to start the week before a warm up for the holiday weekend.
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