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Quiet Weather Pattern for U.S. Today; Cold Front to Move into Pacific Northwest Tonight

Expansive Canadian-sourced high pressure will provide mainly fair weather across the U.S. on Monday. Temperatures over the eastern states will run below normal while the western states see above normal temperatures. On Monday night, a cold front will move onshore in the Pacific Northwest, bringing low elevation rain and heavy mountain snow; unsettled weather will continue through the week. Read More >

A quick moving band of light snow will continue to move across central and south-central Missouri the remainder of this afternoon. A dusting to inch of snow accumulation is expected. Slick spots on roads and visibility to as low as a mile will be possible as this snow moves through.
Another cold day is in store for the Ozarks with increasing clouds and some light snow or flurries possible for areas north of a Osceola to Springfield to West Plains line this afternoon and evening. Tonight, temperatures will fall into the teens with wind chills around zero in some locations.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for portions of central and south-central Missouri through 6pm. For the latest road conditions, please visit: http://traveler.modot.org/map/index.html