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A Blustery Day In The Ozarks

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Today, persistent northerly winds and partial sunshine will really remind us of the season!

Temperatures will continue to fall and level off around the lower forties today.  Winds will be gusty out of the northwest, providing extra chill.

Seasonal highs in the forties can be expected through Saturday.

The next chance for rain in the Ozarks is Saturday with snow possible in upstate Missouri and through portions of Kansas.  A few flakes may be mixed in with that rain Saturday but snow is not expected.

But accumulating snow is possible of Sunday as the rain system moves east while even colder air rushes into the Ozarks. It's too early to talk about exact accumulations but a few inches are possible especially east of Springfield.

Monday will be cold as lows drop down into the teens and highs stay below freezing.  Much of next week looks cool. Another chance for light snow shows up Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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