Winter Weather Advisory for eastern Ozarks until noon —
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY east of HWY 65 until noon today as snow continues this morning. The morning commute will be slick for our eastern communities, MODoT is reporting snow-covered roads. Give yourself extra time and take it slow!
The low-pressure bringing the snow will lift northeast by noon. Snow will end and skies will clear. Expect mostly sunny skies across the Ozarks this afternoon. Temperatures will warm into the low to middle 40’s west of HWY 65, but stay stuck in the 30’s east of HWY 65 because of the fresh, reflective snow cover.
Clear skies tonight will help temperatures drop into the middle and upper 20’s.
Southwest flow tomorrow and mostly sunny skies will finally get temperatures closer to average in the low to middle 50’s! Average id 58 degrees.
We’ll increase cloud cover on Saturday ahead of our next front. Expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the lower 50’s.
Sunday the cold front comes through with another cold Canadian air mass. With clouds and cold air moving in, highs will get stuck in the 30’s. It looks like we’ll have temperatures splitting the rain/ snow line so expect a wintry, sloppy mess on Sunday. However, rain/ snow accumulations do look to be light.
High pressure clears out the skies by Monday, temperatures stay chilly in the 40’s. We’ll gradually warm into the middle 50’s with sunshine by Wednesday.