We are waking up on this Monday to some light snow accumulation on sidewalks & on grassy surfaces. It's bitterly cold out there in the lower to middle 20s, so bundle up and defrost your car as you are heading out the door. For Monday, we stay cloudy and cold with some lingering snow flurries. Highs will be in the upper 20s to near 30.
The story this workweek will be the very cold and below average temperatures. The forecast is dry Monday through Wednesday night. Highs Monday and Tuesday will be in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
On Wednesday, expect slightly warmer and near average temperatures in the lower 40s under sunny skies but snow chances return Wednesday night through Thursday morning with minor accumulations possible. The rest of the week appears dry but we are watching a storm system that could bring snow chances to southern Missouri this upcoming weekend. Right now, it's looking to stay south of the KQ2 Viewing Area but still something to keep an eye on.
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- KQ2 Forecast: Bitterly cold with snow flurries for Monday
- KQ2 Forecast: Snow overnight, dangerous cold returns
- KQ2 Forecast: Cloudy with a few flurries today
- KQ2 Forecast: Overcast skies with a few flurries possible
- KQ2 Forecast: Snow continues overnight
- KQ2 Forecast: Snow returns Tuesday
- KQ2 Forecast: Light snow and cold temperatures return for Thursday
- KQ2 Forecast: Tracking some snow chances & cold temperatures this workweek
- KQ2 Forecast: Snow moves out, dangerously cold air in place
- KQ2 Forecast: Rain likely Monday