TONIGHT: Light snow showers will continue to spread eastward into Mid-Missouri overnight, becoming widespread by about 3-5AM tomorrow morning. Temperatures will be dipping into the upper teens and lower 20s, with windchills in the single digits and teens.
TOMORROW: The snow will persist into tomorrow morning, with the highest snowfall accumulation rates occurring between 5AM and 9AM tomorrow morning. The heaviest snowfall amounts will be confined to the far northeast, where 2-3" are expected, with only a half an inch to an inch of snow expected elsewhere. The snow is expected to make the changeover to areas of patchy freezing drizzle after 5AM tomorrow morning for areas mainly to the south of I-70, with a glazing of ice possible before all precipitation comes to an end by 7PM tomorrow night. Daytime highs will be in the mid 30s to lower 40s.
EXTENDED: Another system will bring a chance for a rain/snow mix Monday night into Tuesday morning, before becoming all rain by Tuesday afternoon as temperatures warm into the upper 40s and lower 50s. A dry weather pattern is expected to resume on Wednesday coupled with a warming trend, as temperatures quickly rise into the 60s by later in the work week and into next weekend. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.