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The weather will stay across most of the area into the weekend. A large surface high pressure system will move to the Ohio Valley while and upper level low will move southeast across Arkansas. Some showers may move into extreme southern and southeast Missouri Thursday. Otherwise the area will see the slow warming trend continue with high temperatures reaching the middle 60s on Friday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A slow moderation in temperatures will continue for the remainder of this week, but in spite of this warm up readings will still remain at or below average for late March. By Saturday and Saturday night, the northward surge of warm and unstable air will produce showers and a few thunderstorms that will overspread the entire region. However, the wet weather should come to an end early Sunday with the passage of a cold front. Highs on Sunday will range from the mid 50s across northern Missouri and central Illinois, to the low to mid 60s over southern Missouri and southern Illinois. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A slow moderation in temperatures will continue for the remainder of this week, but in spite of this warm up readings will still remain below average for late March. By Saturday night, the northward surge of warm and unstable air will produce showers and a few thunderstorms that will overspread the entire region. However, the wet weather should come to an end early Sunday with the passage of a cold front. The reinforcing shot of cool air in the wake of the front will mean a cool Sunday for late March, with highs in the 50s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A very slow warming trend is expected across the region over the next few days. However, in spite of this moderation temperatures are forecast to remain below average for late March. The return of warmer air will produce a few showers over southern Missouri Wednesday and Wednesday night, with another round of showers over southern Missouri by Friday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Clouds will decrease from west to east on Tuesday. Warmer temperatures are expected with highs ranging from the Mid 30s to the lower 40s. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Scattered snow showers will develop across the area today, however only around a half inch of new snow accumulation is anticipated. Some roads may still be affected after yesterday's winter storm. For information about road conditions, contact your state's department of transportation. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

The heavy snow will slowly taper off this evening from west to east. Snow accumulation will range from less than an inch across extreme southeast Missouri to 8 to 14 inches from central Missouri to the northern part of the St. Louis Metropolitan area and northeast toward Springfield Illinois. Please make sure to visit our website for the very latest information regarding this winter storm: http://www.weather.gov/stlouis (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A winter storm will bring heavy snow to the region through tonight. Snow accumulation will range from less than an inch across extreme southeast Missouri to 8 to 11 inches along and north of Interstate 70. The latest data is suggesting that the heaviest band of snow will stretch from central Missouri to the northern parts of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area and northeast toward Sprinfield Illinois. It is in this band that 8 to 11 inches of snow may accumulate by Sunday night. Locally heavier amounts will certainly be possible if thundersnow occurs late this morning and afternoon. Please make sure to visit our website for the very latest information regarding this winter storm: http://www.weather.gov/stlouis (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A winter storm will bring heavy snow to the region late tonight and especially on Sunday. Snow accumulation will range from less than an inch across extreme southeast Missouri to more than 6 inches along and north of Interstate 70. The latest data is suggesting that the heaviest band of snow will stretch from central Missouri to the northern parts of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area and northeast toward Sprinfield Illinois. It is in this band that 8 to 11 inches of snow may accumulate by Sunday night. Locally heavier amounts will certainly be possible if thundersnow occurs on Sunday. Please make sure to visit our website for the very latest information regarding this winter storm: http://www.weather.gov/stlouis (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Winter storm watches, warnings, and advisories have been issued for parts of the region due to a late season winter storm which will affect our area tonight and tomorrow. Precipitation will begin as rain and then change over to snow when colder air arrives late tonight. The snow should last through most of the day on Sunday before tapering off to flurries on Sunday night. The highest accumulations are generally expected to be north of I-44 in Missouri and north of I-70 in Illinois. We will continue to refine the forecast with the latest observations and model guidance. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Winter storm watches, warnings, and advisories have been issued for parts of the region due to a late season winter storm which will affect our area tonight and tomorrow. Precipitation will begin as rain and then change over to snow when colder air arrives late tonight. The snow should last through most of the day on Sunday before tapering off to flurries on Sunday night. The highest accumulations are generally expected to be north of I-44 in Missouri and north of I-70 in Illinois. We will continue to refine the forecast with the latest observations and model guidance. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A winter storm watch has been issued for parts of Missouri and Illinois due to a late season winter storm which is expected to affect our area this weekend. Precipitation will begin as rain and then change over to snow when colder air arrives Saturday night. The snow should last through most of the day on Sunday. The highest accumulation are generally expected to be north of I-44 in Missouri and I-70 in Illinois. We will continue to refine the forecast with the latest observations and model guidance. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A winter storm watch has been issued for parts of Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa due to a late season winter storm which is expected to affect our area this weekend. Precipitation will begin as rain and then change over to snow when colder air arrives on Saturday night. The snow should last through most of the day on Sunday. The highest accumulations are generally expected to be north of I-44. We will continue to refine the forecast with the latest observations and model guidance. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

The calendar may say Spring, but Winter is still holding on across the region. A weak weather system will bring some light snow to the Missori Ozarks tonight. The next weather system for the weekend looks much stronger. The potential exists for 4 plus inches of snow across a large portion of of the area; from the Kansas City area across Central MO, through St. Louis and into Southwest Illinois. Check the forecast often for the latest on this Spring snowstorm. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Even though the spring season has just begun...a snow storm will affect the region today as colder than normal temperatures remain entrenched over the area. Will see precipitation develop north of a warm front across southern Missouri by midday today. The best chances of snow will be tonight...before tapering off by Friday morning. As for precipitation type...at this time it looks to be all snow in our area...while further to the southwest near Springfield a mix of rain and snow is possible at times. There will be a very sharp cutoff from snow to no snow accumulation with this storm. At this time the best chances for accumulating snows will be southwest of a Jefferson City to Farmington line. One to two inches of snow is possible over the eastern Ozarks with higher amounts further to the west over southwestern Missouri. Beyond that another snow storm to affect the region Saturday night through Sunday. Will see rain develop over region Saturday afternoon...before cha! nging over to all snow Saturday evening. This storm may produce heavy snow...but the location of the heaviest snow band is hard to pin down at this time. Be sure to check back frequently for updates on this active weather pattern. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Even though the spring season has just begun...a snow storm will affect the region by Thursday as colder than normal temperatures remain entrenched over the area. Will see precipitation develop north of a warm front across southern Missouri by midday on Thursday. The best chances of snow will be Thursday night...before tapering off by Friday morning. As for precipitation type...at this time it looks to be all snow in our area...while further to the southwest near Springfield a mix of rain and snow is possible at times. There will be a very sharp cutoff from snow to no snow accumulation with this storm. At this time the best chances for accumulating snows will be along and southwest of a Jefferson City to Farmington line. Three to 5 inches of snow is possible over the eastern Ozarks with higher amounts further to the west over southwestern Missouri. However...some uncertainty exists on the track and development of this winter storm...so check back frequently for upda! tes. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Even though the spring season has just begun...a winter storm will affect the region by Thursday as colder than normal temperatures remain entrenched over the area. Will see precipitation develop north of a warm front across southern Missouri by midday on Thursday. The best chances of snow will be Thursday night...before tapering off by Friday morning. As for precipitation type...at this time it looks to be all snow in our area...while further to the southwest near Springfield a mix of rain and snow is possible at times. There will be a very sharp cutoff from snow to no snow accumulation with this storm. At this time the best chances for accumulating snows will be along and southwest of a Jefferson City to Farmington line. Three to 5 inches of snow is possible over the eastern Ozarks with higher amounts further to the west over southwestern Missouri. However...some uncertainty exists on the track and development of this winter storm...so check back frequently for up! dates. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

There is a chance of flurries tonight as a cold front sinks south through Missouri and Illinois. This front will bring a much colder air mass into the region tomorrow, setting the stage for a late season winter storm on Thursday and Thursday night. The best chances for snow will be on Thursday night before precipitation tapers off on Friday. There will be a very sharp cutoff between areas that receive several inches of snow and areas that receive little to no accumulation. There is still considerable uncertainty with the track of this potential winter storm, so be sure to check back for the latest forecast. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

A late season winter storm will affect the region by Thursday as colder than normal temperatures remain entrenched over the area. Will see precipitation develop north of a warm front across southern Missouri by Thursday afternoon. The best chances of snow will be Thursday night...before tapering off by Friday morning. As for precipitation type...at this time it looks to be mostly snow in our area...while further to the south near Springfield a mix of rain and snow is possible. There will be a very sharp cutoff from snow to no snow accumulation with this storm. At this time...the best chances of accumulating snows will be along and southwest of a Jefferson City to Farmington line. However...considerable uncertainty exists on the track and development of this potential winter storm...so check back frequently for updates. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)

Temperatures will remain below average this week. There is a chance of snow on Tuesday night across parts of Missouri and Illinois, however little to no accumulation is expected. The next chance of snow will be on Thursday and Thursday night when a low pressure system moves through the southern US. Some snowfall accumulation will be possible, particularly across southwest and southern MO. (Please visit http://weather.gov/lsx for more information.)