Sun, 02 Mar 2014 21:02:44 GMT — As of midday on Sunday, Mid-Missouri has stayed relatively snow free. A band of wintry precipitation has been covering the northern half of the viewing area since the morning hours. Those to the south has seen sporadic snow, but mostly sleet. The powerful area of low pressure that's to blame for this storm is still to our west and still packing a punch. The light snow and occasional sleet will continue for the northern portions of Mid-MO through this evening.As we head into the nighttime hours, a mass of precipitation will move into the area bringing heavy snow to the southern half of the state, including the southern tiers of Mid-Missouri. South of Jefferson City is likely to pick up between 4-8" of snow, with areas to the north generally in a 2-4" range.Snow should come to an end from the north to the south after about 9 PM with all of the wintry precipitation gone from our southern counties before sunrise Monday. Temperatures will be frigid overnight near or below zero with winds chill between 15-20 degrees below. Frostbite will be possible within 30 minutes if the proper precautions aren't taken. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect through Monday morning.Follow the KRCG 13 StormVision Weather Team for the latest weather updates.
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