Snow Flurries, More Freezing Temps in Ozarks

MT. VERNON, Mo. -- We'll have to wait a little longer for spring-like weather, as a cold air mass is moving into the region again tonight.

Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing for 3-4 hours tonight into Wednesday morning across extreme southeastern Kansas and west central Missouri. Temps in the upper 20s are even possible with some light rain or drizzle possible.

After midnight, a band of light snow may sweep east across the area with locations north of Highway 60 having the best chance at seeing light flurries. No accumulations are expected.

A Freeze Warning will be in effect from 1-8 a.m. Wednesday for the following counties in Missouri: Bourbon, Crawford, Cherokee, Vernon, St. Clair, Barton, Cedar, Jasper, Dade, Newton, Lawrence, and McDonald.

The National Weather Service says some patchy frost will also be possible overnight. Areas adjacent to the freeze warning will likely see temps around the freezing mark. The cold air will pose a similar threat to frost and affect sensitive, budding vegetation.

Skies will clear Wednesday morning with sunny and cool conditions expected during the afternoon. Thursday will be mild with another cool and wet day expected Friday.

Nice weather will follow this storm with sunshine and mild temperatures moving in by Saturday afternoon. Sunday into early next week looks sunny and warm.

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