Grab all the winter gear out-the-door, plus sunglasses as some sunshine could work in through the day.
We're nearly half way through Winter. and Winter is no where to be found! Highs on Saturday will reach the mid 30s, but afternoon wind chills will be in the mid to upper 20s. However, we'll likely make up for a good bit of that snow by the weekend.
"Along the VA/NC border, we expect much lower amounts of 1-4" where mixing with sleet and even freezing rain will likely take place on Sunday. Models remain consistent and have been since Monday!
Snow accumulations are expected with this storm.
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Friday: Mostly cloudy. High of 32. The heaviest snowfall will likely be over before the start of the National Football League playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Indianapolis Colts at Arrowhead Stadium. The earlier you leave Friday morning, the better.
The Ozarks next winter weather storm could have everything from rain, ice, and snow. If the storm shifts slightly and it remains 100% snow over Richmond, some totals in excess of 8 inches will be possible. Slick conditions are expected and the visibility will drop within the heavier bands. The snow will become widespread over Missouri and IL overnight.
There's a chance for lingering snow overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning as the storm system moves out of the area, across central Missouri. The Palmer Divide and neighborhoods on the west side of town could see around 3 to 6 inches of snow.