Winter weather has arrived across the Ozarks! On Thursday, we were talking about record-setting warmth, and on Saturday, many people woke up with snow on the ground.
The next round of wintry weather has its sights set on the area for Monday night. We’ll start Monday with bright and cold weather. Clouds will be on the increase during the day. It looks like rain could start near dinnertime, before changing over to light snow later in the evening. The heaviest of snow is likely south of I-44. (It looks very similar to the snow that just fell
The snow will taper off to flurries or drizzle after midnight. Travel impacts will tend to be spotty and more likely in areas where snowfall rates and amounts are higher.
The cold pattern will be sticking around through next weekend and there may be some room for a bit more light wintry weather Friday.
The cold pattern will finally ease early next week as we approach Thanksgiving.