Rain changing over to light snow
Light snow ending by early afternoon then changing to mostly cloudy skiesTUESDAYLow 40s
AM flurries then mostly cloudy
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Cloudy and Cool
The cold front that passed through the Ozarks has stalled out to our east and pulled in clouds and cooler temperatures for our Sunday afternoon. Afternoon highs have been in the upper 30s and low 40s across the area with occasion showers staying mainly to our southeast. Winds have been out of the north behind the cold front all day long which is also helping us to stay cool.
Easing Into Winter Weather...
Tonight, the showers to our southeast will begin to expand northward before midnight. As the temperature drops to the low 30s, we'll likely start to see some light snow mixed in with this rainfall. The best chance for these flurries look to exist along and just south of I-44. Early tomorrow morning as the temperature continues to drop, this area will change over to mainly light snow. This area could see a little over an inch of accumulation by afternoon tomorrow when the skies dry out. North and south of this area, a mix of snow and rain is likely with less than an inch of accumulation expected on grass and other higher elevation surfaces. The southeastern corner of the viewing area looks to experience a mainly rain event with no accumulation expected. This system looks to be light in nature but you could be waking up to some slick roadways in the morning so just keep that in mind on your morning commute.