Weather

The Weather Forecast and Travel Info for Christmas Travelers
If you are staying in the area for Christmas then it looks like it may be a little rainy, but warm Christmas day with the high in the low 60’s according to Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director, David Clippert.
If you are travelling west or north west you may run …
Wintry Mix to Hit the Area
Wintry conditions will affect the area through this weekend. Today there is the chance for freezing drizzle making for slick roadways over much of the area however, the best chance for ice accumulations will occur north of a St Joseph to Kirksville line where freezing rain is expected to be the heav…
Winter-like Weather this Weekend
Wintry weekend weather expected to begin Friday with freezing drizzle across the area starting during the morning hours and persisting through much of the day, especially north of Highway 36. South of Highway 36, temperatures may warm above freezing by noon with freezing drizzle changing to drizzle …
Wind Chill Values as Cold as -25 this Weekend
Freezing drizzle is expected across the area from Friday morning through Friday evening. This may cause slick roads and slippery sidewalks, driveways, etc. through the day. Temperatures are expected to warm above freezing for areas south of Highway 36 by mid day Friday, so the greatest potential for…
Snow in the Forecast this Weekend?
For many of us the thought of snow makes us shiver. (Get it...snow...shiver?) According to the National Weather Service we could see a rain/snow mix Saturday evening. As of Thursday morning, it's not enough to worry about this weekend. If and when we get inclimate weather in the upcoming weeks,…
It’s Missouri…Just Wait For It
Well above normal temperatures will continue through Thursday before a strong cold front moves through on Friday. Some storms will be possible as this front moves through, however severe weather is not expected at this time. Much cooler air will settle south across the region this weekend, setting t…
I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Jacket!
Temperatures this week will make it hard to believe that it's mid-November given that they'll be more reminiscent of normal temperatures found in April and May, before dropping back down after a frontal passage at the end of the week. The weather will continue to be quiet through the next …

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