Next round of accumulating snow arrives Sunday evening

  • Next round of accumulating snow arrives Sunday evening

Next round of accumulating snow arrives Sunday evening

Sunday will bring another chance for snow later in the evening. Scattered rain and snow showers will continue pushing from south to north through the morning and should mostly move away to our north by the afternoon.

Temps through the extended forecast remain well below normal with highs generally in the mid to upper 40s.

Sunday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 58 and an overnight low of 34, with a 20 percent chance of showers. With temperatures a bit below freezing that night, snow accumulations are still looking likely. Saturday highs heat to the upper 70s, while lows fall to the low 50s.

Clouds are slowly streaming into Mid-Missouri, as northwest flow aloft tracks our next system through the area. Clouds cover increases in the afternoon, ahead of a quick-moving low pressure system. Snow chances taper by 9 a.m. Overall, this system is not as impressive as originally expected, which will lead to lower snow totals and little impacts.

Kelsch said that there could also be some rain and winds over the weekend interspersed with warmer weather. We'll keep a clear sky in place tonight, and our temperatures will plummet into the upper teens.

Some bona fide warmth may finally be on the way by the end of next week and the following weekend, a reward for finishing your income taxes perhaps, as highs should soar well into the 60s and perhaps even above 70 degrees by next Friday and Saturday.