Saturday, January 6 Overnight Forecast

Sunshine as below average temperatures once again today with a big range of temperatures area-wide. Highs were stuck in the 20s east, 40s to the west.

Skies will be overcast tonight as temperatures remain pretty steady thanks to the clouds and a breezy southwest wind at 10-20 gusting to 25 mph.

A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 am to 12 pm for the Missouri Ozarks. Some freezing rain still possible in northern Arkansas

After 7 am Sunday is when the wintry weather should begin.

It looks like the precipitation will start off as sleet and freezing rain in the morning, transitioning to mainly rain by late morning then to regular rain by early to mid-afternoon.

Areas closer to HWY 63 will take longer to see freezing rain change over to rain, perhaps as late at 5 pm until temperatures can rise above freezing. This is where highest amounts of ice accumulation are possible.

Generally everyone along and east of HWY 65 will be under the threat of a glazing to a  .10+" of ice. This will impact travel through the morning with improving conditions by late afternoon and evening.

Highs tomorrow will be in the middle to upper 30s

Some drizzle or freezing drizzle possible Monday morning as temperatures fall to near or below freezing Monday morning. Highs will warm into the upper 30s to near 40 by afternoon with skies turning just partly cloudy by afternoon

Partly cloudy Tuesday with warmer temperatures and highs in the upper 40s

Wednesday will be very warm with highs near 60

A strong cold front loves to move through Thursday evening with a wintry mix of precipitation possible as temperatures fall with the frontal passage

Temperatures then fall to near freezing for highs next weekend

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