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Rain and drizzle will increase across the area this afternoon.
An area of low pressure and frontal boundary will approach the area today, moving into the area by this evening and through the area by Wednesday morning. Rain will overspread the area today into this evening. As the front moves through, much colder air will move in behind the front and may briefly change precipitation over to light snow or freezing rain before it ends. Little ice or snow accumulation is expected at this time. #mowx #kswx
A blast of cold air will hit the Ozarks Thursday night into Friday. Temperatures will be in the low teens with wind chill values in the single digits.