A fast moving weather pattern is setting up from Friday through next Tuesday as the upper winds move across the country from the Pacific ocean bringing upper waves of low pressure through the region quickly resulting in light snow chances. Temperatures will fluctuate from day to day but continue to be well below average, staying mainly in the 20s during the day and 10s at night except for Saturday when we warm into the 30s during the day.
Forecast models are currently showing an upper wave moving to our south Friday night which will bring a chance of light snow to the Ozarks by late evening, spreading north overnight w/ a dusting of snow possible. Another wave moves to our north Saturday bringing a better chance of light snow to areas north of I-70 with up to an inch accumulation possible.
Timing of these incoming waves becomes more difficult after Saturday but as of now there is a chance of additional light snow overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning and another chance Monday night into early Tuesday with only light accumulations expected.