Freezing Drizzle And Light Snow Possible Overnight

ABC 17’s Meteorologist Neville Miller's Thursday Outlook

One more day of nasty weather is expected to move through overnight before temperatures begin to warm up with highs in the 50’s by Sunday.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued of Franklin and Gasconade Counties beginning at midnight and into Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. as a wintery mix is expected to move through.

Light snow will develop overnight south of I-70 and spread north, mixing with and changing to freezing drizzle early Thursday morning. Lows will drop to the mid teens north of I-70 and in the low 20s south. Minor snow accumulations of half inch or less are expected.

TIMING: Wednesday night through mid-morning Thursday
SNOW AMOUNT: Less than 1"
ICE AMOUNT: Less than .05" (light glaze)

Thursday:  Freezing drizzle is possible in the morning with cloudy skies and high temperatures in the  low-to-mid 30s and southeast winds up to 10 mph.

Extended Outlook:  Rain moves in Friday with high temperatures in the low-to-mid 40s.  Highs will reach the low 40s Saturday and near 50 Sunday with more sunshine. We will cool back into the lower 40s Monday and mid 40s Tuesday with partly cloudy skies.

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