Temperatures are remaining below freezing & cold in the middle to upper 20s this afternoon as our strong cold front begins to exit northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas. An Ice Storm Warning remains in effect until 6pm this evening for for Platte, Dekalb, Clinton and Daviess Counties. Ice accumulations of up to three-tenths of an inch is still expected in those areas. Our system should exit the region by tonight, making way for cloudy skies and overnight lows to go into the teens.
We'll see partly sunny skies on Wednesday as we go up into the middle 30s before climbing into the 40s on Thursday. There is a chance for a rain/snow mix late Wednesday into Thursday. We'll stay in the 40s through Saturday with chances of more rain in the forecast Friday into early Saturday.
Looking to be mostly sunny and quiet Sunday into Monday with temperatures warming back up to the lower 50s.
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