STREAMING NOW: Watch Now
CLOSINGS: View Closings

KQ2 Forecast: Winter Weather Advisory posted, wintry mix likely

More wintry weather is on the way beginning early Monday morning. A frontal boundary to our south will move northward overnight and will bring precipitation chances right around 7 a.m. Precipitation will likely begin as a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain.

Posted: Feb 10, 2019 7:10 PM
Updated: Feb 10, 2019 10:26 PM

**Dense Fog Advisory for Atchison (Kan.), Platte, Buchanan, DeKalb, Clinton, Daviess, Caldwell and Livingston Counties until 9 a.m. Monday. Fog could lead to visibility dropping to near one quarter mile at times.

**Winter Weather Advisory beginning at 6 a.m. Monday morning until midnight Tuesday for the entire KQ2 viewing area.

More wintry weather is on the way beginning early Monday morning. A frontal boundary to our south will move northward overnight and will bring precipitation chances right around 7 a.m. Precipitation will likely begin as a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. It is possible that we could see some ice accumulation of up to 0.10". As warmer air moves in, we will likely changeover to all rain for the afternoon. The exception will be towards the Iowa border where temperatures could stay colder. For the evening, we will likely see a transition back to snow as the system departs the region.

Snowfall accumulations of up to two inches possible. The most snow will likely fall towards the Iowa border in cities like Maryville and Rock Port.

This is an extremely difficult forecast and any variation in the rain/snow line could have big impacts on our weather. Right now, prepare for some slick roads Monday morning and early afternoon across the region. If we stay warmer, we will see just a cold rain but if temperatures are colder, more wintry weather. Stay with KQ2 for continuous updates with this system.

For the rest of next week, our weather will quiet back down. After Monday, dry conditions are expected through Thursday with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. The next system to watch could bring some rain and snow to the area Thursday night into Friday as temperatures crash back down into the 20s by Friday and Saturday.

MAPS: Local, Regional & National Radar Maps
MORE: Hourly Forecast
LIVE: Interactive Radar
CLOSINGS: School & Business Closings & Delays
LOCAL: WeatherCall
TRAVEL: Traffic & Road Conditions Map
YOUR LOCAL WEATHER AUTHORITY: Extended Forecast
DOWNLOAD OUR WEATHER APPS: iOS | Android

St. Joseph
Partly Cloudy
95° wxIcon
Hi: 96° Lo: 79°
Feels Like: 101°
Maryville
Partly Cloudy
84° wxIcon
Hi: 95° Lo: 73°
Feels Like: 92°
Savannah
Clear
95° wxIcon
Hi: 94° Lo: 77°
Feels Like: 101°
Cameron
Partly Cloudy
95° wxIcon
Hi: 95° Lo: 77°
Feels Like: 100°
Atchison
Clear
95° wxIcon
Hi: 93° Lo: 75°
Feels Like: 98°
More hot and humid weather on the way for today with highs back in the upper 90s with some areas reaching triple digits. Use caution when spending time outside because heat index values will once again be in the triple digits for many. A cold front will start to approach our area tonight and stall to our north giving us a few chances for showers and thunderstorms overnight, however this activity will not be widespread. Temperatures will still be above average this weekend with highs in the 90s. A few lingering rain chances will continue this weekend, but much of the weekend will be dry. The cold front will move through the area early next week giving us some much cooler temperatures. High will be back down in the upper 70s and lower 80s to start off next week.
KQTV Radar
KQTV Temperatures
KQTV Alerts
   

Best of St. Joe

 

Community Events