Decreasing clouds this afternoon
Partly cloudyFRIDAYMid 30s
24-hour forecastSatellite & RadarWind ChillAllergy IndexAlmanacGood morning! The radar is absolutely clear this morning but surface observations show some dense fog and drizzle, most of which is falling in sub-freezing air. The result is a very thin glaze of ice on many road surfaces, which is all it takes to cause accidents. These conditions will last through much of the morning hours before we warm above freezing this afternoon. The exception will be the northeast locations like Rolla and Iberia that stay near freezing today. Clouds are expected to clear some this afternoon and this will help. Another batch of clouds will affect us on Friday along with slightly cooler air. There could be a few snow flurries late Friday night or early Saturday thanks to a passing weak disturbance, but most of us won't see anything. Temperatures will begin to rebound this weekend with most of us in the 40s by Sunday. Another front will move through and cool us down for the middle of next week, but there don't appear to be any storms of significant for the Ozarks through at least Christmas. Sorry, but no white Christmas this year.