Mild temperatures continue on Tuesday with sunny and dry conditions.
Another great start to the week across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Temperatures quickly warm up on Monday as winds gust up to 25 miles per hour.
After a chilly Sunday, high temperatures will return to the 50s to start the work week.
A cold front will move through the area Saturday night bringing some scattered showers and highs in the 40s by Sunday.
After a chilly start Friday, temperatures jump well above normal by the afternoon.
The clouds have moved in and a push of cooler air will stay in place for a few days.
Temperatures will cool down as we head into Thursday with highs only reaching into the upper 30s.
Temperatures are cooler today, but remain above normal with highs in the mid 40s.
The bitterly cold air continues to stay to the north of the area.
Clouds move in today, but temperatures still climb well above normal.
What a way to start the week with high temperatures reaching into the 60s.
Temperatures quickly warm into the 50s this afternoon, but a cold front moves in tonight.
Before a cool down arrives above average temperatures will continue Monday.
South winds will give us another day of 50s to end the weekend.
Temperatures this weekend will be almost 20 degrees above normal.
After a cold start, gusty southwest wind help temperatures climb 20 degrees above normal on Friday.
Well above normal temperatures will continue to be found across our area.
Thursday begins with temperatures in the teens, but climb above normal by the afternoon.
Sunshine this afternoon has allowed us to warm up into the lower 30s.
Temperatures start in the 20s and will top out above freezing by the afternoon. This is only the beginning of our warming trend.
After a very cold start to your Tuesday we are going to get into some warmer air.
Temperatures dropped below zero this morning with wind chills 10 to 15 below zero. The bitter cold stays through Tuesday, but will soon be gone.
After a rain, snow, and sleet mix Sunday night we saw some slick conditions Monday morning.
Cold air rushes into the region today keeping wind chills in the single digits.
We're likely to see some slick spots on roads Sunday night and early Monday morning. Drive Safely.
A lot of moisture will move into the region leading to a chance for a mix of precipitation.
Very cold temperatures will be found across the area Friday and Saturday morning.
Wind chills remain at or below zero for most of Friday and into Saturday morning before warmer air returns.
Temperatures Thursday were in the upper 20s but we have another round of cold air coming in.
Wind Chill Advisory expired at 9am Thursday.. Gusty southwest winds help temperatures rise this afternoon for a brief warm up.
After a cold Wednesday with highs only in the single digits we will warm into the 20s by Thursday afternoon.
Temperatures plummet through the morning with wind chills 15 to 25 below zero.
A wind chill advisory is in effect Wednesday from 3am until 9am Thursday.
Highs top out around 20 today, but temperatures drop tonight as arctic air arrives. WIND CHILL ADVISORY goes in effect at 3 AM Wednesday.
After the weekend snow we are watching bitterly cold air move into the area.
Highs only reach the lower 20s Monday with single-digit wind chills.
We'll reach the low 20s to start the work week but it will still be a chilly start.
Temperatures will range from a high in the mid-teens to a low of 7 degrees with mostly clear skies. Winds will range between 5 and 18 miles per hour from the northwest.
Light to moderate snow will fall through Saturday night with 1 to 2 inches accumulating by Sunday morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 9 pm Friday until Midnight Saturday.
Enjoy today as highs top out in the mid 30s. Weather gets messy overnight as a wintry mix moves in with light freezing rain. Also, a chance for snow by Saturday afternoon.
The first storm system of the new year could bring a mix of rain, sleet, and snow on Saturday.
Temperatures start off cold with single-digit wind chills, but warm-up by the afternoon.
Wind chills remain in the single digits overnight, but warmer weather arrives on New Year's Day.
New Year's Eve begins with sub-zero wind chills. Temperatures will climb into 2015.
Bitter, cold air will continue to flow into the region keeping wind chills near and below zero for the night.
Wind chills remain at or below zero for most of the day as north winds gust up to 20 miles per hour.
Tuesday's highs will only reach the teens but breezy winds will make it feel like below zero.
Temperatures top out in the mid to upper 30s on Monday before a blast of arctic air arrives to end 2014.