Teachman’s Take: Snowy & Cold Saturday
Cloudy skies with light snow today. A band of snow will shift south this morning.
It could change over to a mix as it moves south of I-70 this afternoon.
Snowfall amounts will be on the light side from a dusting to 1″. An isolated 2″ spot can’t be ruled out.
Temps through noon will be just below freezing. This afternoon’s high will be 34. Winds will be breezy at 5 to 15 MPH.
The storm for Sunday night and Monday AM has shifted a little farther north. This means temperatures going into Sunday look a little warmer in the middle 40s.
Heading into Monday morning, a quick moving system will give us mainly rain for the metro.
But, areas in northern Missouri will get a snow/mix. Any snow accumulations will be around an inch.
Temperatures will dip below freezing, so we’ll have to watch for slick stuff on bridges and overpasses. This storm will start to wind down by dawn. Monday we’ll keep quite a few clouds around with chilly temperatures in the lower 40s.
Sunshine returns Tuesday with cold temps in the 30s. Warming winds are expected Wednesday at 45. There’s a chance for rain showers Thursday and Friday as highs climb back into the upper 50s and lower 60s. This warm stretch will linger into next weekend with highs in the 60s.