The record high temperatures experienced in the area on Monday have dropped. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Meteorologist Ryan Cutter:
Cutter said the temperatures tonight and tomorrow will be much more normal for the time of year. “Overnight tonight, we’re going see a cold front rush through the area, which is going to bring a bunch of cold air into the region. And as that occurs, it’s also going to bring some snow, and by Wednesday morning, expect to see some accumulating snows piling up,” said Cutter.
Areas north of Highway 36 could receive four to six inches of snow. One to three inches are predicted in areas further south.
Because of the accumulation combined with high winds, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for far northern Missouri and a winter weather advisory for areas in the south.
More information can be found at www.crh.noaa.gov/eax.