Teachman’s Take: Two Storms — Much Colder Air Coming

Cloudy with drizzle and light rain around mainly for this morning.  We’re already hit our high temperature for the day in the middle 40s.  It will be a slow drop into the 30s this afternoon.   Fortunately, this is good news for the roads as they will remain wet. There could be a few snowflakes or sleet pellets in northern Missouri during the late afternoon and evening where cooler air will arrive first.  Little to no accumulation is expected.


Temperatures keep falling into Saturday with highs in the 20s.  There is a southern track storm system that will brush our area.  We may see up to a dusting of snow for points along and south of a line from Butler to Clinton to Sedalia.  The heaviest is expected to line up along the I-44 corridor in southern Missouri.  Lows this weekend will be in the single digits.


Next week, temperatures will be up and down between the 20s and 30s.  We have a chance for flurries for Tuesday.  Otherwise, a pretty quiet week until Friday when a chance for rain returns with highs back into the 40s.





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