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.
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