Suchan Says: December Cold Returns

It certainly won’t be record breaking cold but after a month of very warm temperatures, anything closer to normal will feel that much colder to you.  So get set for a rare stretch of coats on a daily basis unlike the “optional” coat days we’ve enjoyed.

The high for the day is now.  Midnight temperatures are in the upper 40s and falling from here.

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Midnight temperatures starting to cool

By sunrise Wednesday, lows will dip to near freezing and with a gusty breeze, it will feel like it’s in the lower to mid 20s.

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Low pressure to our north pushing in cooler and drier air tonight. Rain stays in eastern Missouri overnight

We’ll see a good amount of sunshine through the day with scattered fair weather clouds.  Highs will reach near 41 with a gusty breeze making it feel cooler.

Thursday has a weak upper air system passing by to our southwest.  This should generate patchy clouds for mostly cloudy skies and a slight 10% chance for a few snow flurries especially in our southern zones later in the day.

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Partly sunny and colder Wednesday

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Thursday Afternoon with increasing clouds and cold

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Few late flurries possible Thursday

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist
KCTV5/KSMO

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV
Twitter:  @KCTV5Weather
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