Wintry precipitation continues Saturday night across the Show-Me state.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through midnight for most of the KRCG 13 viewing area.
Colder air is filtering in as a stationary front draped over southern Missouri continues to crawl south.
Any existing sleet will begin to fall as snow as temperatures drop in the upper atmosphere.
Snowfall will be light in nature through the early evening hours, accumulating to less than an inch.
Precipitation will come to an end around midnight. Overnight lows will fall into the low to middle teens.
High pressure settles in for Sunday, allowing northerly winds to usher in colder temperatures for Superbowl Sunday.
Highs will struggle to reach the middle 20s.
As this high continues to move east across the Great Lakes, winds will shift to the east and temperatures will moderate into the upper 20s and low 30s for Monday and Tuesday, but another upper level disturbance will push into the Midwest from the Rockies, carrying ample moisture for another wintery setup on Tuesday and Tuesday night.
The amount of snowfall mid-Missouri receives will depend on the track of that system.
Beyond Tuesday, temperatures will decrease dramatically as Canadian air filters in from the north.Temperatures overnight Wednesday will struggle to push above zero, and highs will only reach the teens through Thursday.
More wintry weather is possible for next weekend.
Stay with the KRCG 13 Storm Vision Weather Center for the latest on wintry weather in mid-Missouri.