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Snow develops late in the day Saturday, continuing overnight.
Arctic air moves in Wednesday night bringing snow to Mid-Missouri.
Most accumulation occurs overnight Wednesday with 1-4" possible.
Light snow moves through as arctic air moves in Wednesday.
Wind chills will drop to 15 to 20 below zero by early Monday morning in parts of Mid-Missouri.
Temperatures will be well below average to end the weekend and to start the work week.
Ice and snow accumulation are expected Friday night.
Freezing rain will spread over region Friday night with slick roads possible.
A narrow band of light snow will move across Mid-Missouri Thursday evening & overnight.
A blast of arctic air will be followed by another round of light snow Thursday night.
Light snow is possible mainly in southwestern counties in Mid-Missouri Tuesday.
Snow amounts ranged from 2 to 10 inches around Mid-Missouri.
Snow will spread over the Mid-Missouri Sunday afternoon and evening.
Snow will move in late Sunday morning and last through the day.
Arctic air moves in Saturday with possible light snow Sunday.
Bitterly cold air moves in Saturday morning with possible snow Sunday.
Temperatures stay below average for the next week with a chance of snow Monday.
After a brief warm up Tuesday, temperatures fall again.
A cold front will bring more seasonal conditions back to Mid-Missouri for Monday.
Temperatures reached into the 60s and 70s in Missouri Saturday afternoon.
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