Snow, sleet or freezing rain. Slick bridges and overpasses possible lateOVERNIGHTUpper 10s
Clear and frigidFRIDAYMid 40s
Sunny, breezy and milder
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INTERACTIVE RADAR TRACKS THE WINTRY WEATHER
Rain will be found over South-Central Missouri and Northern Arkansas for a time this Thanksgiving Day... while cold air infiltrates the Ozarks.
You'll be able to track the wintry mix on Interactive Radar to help you through your day.
Areas shaded in green are still liquid precipitation. But the purple-pink shades indicate a mixture of sleet or freezing rain and snow. A blue shade indicates snow.
THE MIXED BAG ARRIVES FOR THANKSGIVING DAY
Rain and storms may continue... and for some, thundersleet may develop. (That's not good). While most may not see major accumulations of snow, sleet or ice... if you are caught under a storm dumping snow or sleet... you're travel plans may changes quickly.