A light wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet, and snow will be
possible this morning generally north of the Highway 60 corridor.
A thin glaze of ice is possible, with limited impacts due to
relatively warm ground temperatures. Snow will linger longer into
the afternoon hours along and north of Highway 54. Up to one to
two inches of wet snow will be possible, mainly on grassy and
elevated surfaces, but some slushy roadways will be possible. The
greatest area for potential impacts is along and north of the
Highway 54 corridor.

There is a limited flooding potential today across south central
Missouri. Over an inch of rain will be possible over south
central Missouri which could produce the flooding of low water

As the system exits the region this evening into tonight light
rain will change back over to light wintry precipitation. Another
dusting to up to one inch of snow may be possible with the highest
amounts across central Missouri. A glaze of ice will also be
possible across much of the area. Gusty northerly winds will usher
a much colder air mass into the area later this evening into
tonight. Any wet roadways could freeze leading to slick
conditions. Wind chills will fall into the 10 below to 10 above
range tonight into early Thursday morning with the coldest
conditions occurring across central Missouri.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Thursday through Tuesday.

Wind chills in the upper single digits and teens are expected
during the late night and early morning hours Thursday night into
Friday morning.

Southwesterly wind gusts up to 30 mph will be possible at times
on Saturday and again on Monday.