Wed, 12 Feb 2014 12:47:22 GMT — With clear skies overhead, snow on the ground and light/calm winds, Mid-Missouri experienced another frigid start on Wednesday. Temperatures were close to zero for the northern portions of the viewing area, with the teens to the south. While winds were light, wind chills were near or below zero in many locations. Clouds are going to slowing increase this morning and a few flurries may be possible. We have lots of dry air overhead, so a majority of the light snow will evaporate before making to the ground. Thanks to southerly winds highs today should top out just above the freezing mark.We'll see a few clouds linger in the overnight hours, which should keep lows modest in the upper teens and lower 20s. A warm front will be on our doorstep tomorrow which means the trend of better weather continues. Look for above normal temperatures by Thursday afternoonFollow the KRCG 13 StormVision Weather Team for the latest updates on winter weather in Mid-Missouri.
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