Teachman’s Take: Winter’s Extended Stay

Winds will intensify this morning making it difficult for drivers.  Winds will easily gust above 30 MPH.  Clouds will dominate today.  Flurries & light snow are likely this AM in northern MO.

Between 10 & 11 AM, flurries and light snow will push into the metro.

They will linger through the lunch hour.  And finally early this afternoon, this snow will become a wintry mix as it moves away from our area.

Highs today will be cold in the 30s, but feel more like the lower 20s with the winds factored into the equation.

It’s going to be a drab week.  I’m not seeing much sunshine at all until the weekend.  There are weak systems that will provide at least some moisture each day — not much, however.  Tuesday we could see an area of light snow late in the morning and into the afternoon.  Little to no accumulation is expected.

Highs remain cold in the 30s.  There’s a chance for flurries on Wednesday and sprinkles for Thursday.  Highs will jump from the 30s on Wednesday to the 50s by Thursday.  St. Patrick’s Day won’t be dry with a 30% chance for rain showers.  It doesn’t look that heavy and at least temperatures continue to climb to near 60.  Over the weekend, skies will clear out and temps keep going up!  Highs on Saturday will be in the middle 60s.  And we’re back into the 70s next Sunday.

Take care,

Teach

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