Another cold front will make its way through the area Wednesday.
High temperatures on Tuesday will make it into the 30s.
Temperatures warmed up into the mid 30s across northeast Kansas Tuesday.
We will still be below freezing all day, but it won't be as cold (or windy) as Monday.
Mostly clear skies will allow our overnight temperatures to drop into the single digits.
If you end up stranded, troopers say stay in your car if possible to avoid additional problems. And keep a cold weather kit on hand.
Wide spread 2-3 inch snowfall amounts were found across northwest Missouri this weekend.
Cold temperatures will be the rule across northeast Kansas this week.
Snow is on the ground, and school is in session.
After the first serious snow storm of the year, temperatures don't look like they'll improve much in the near future.
A treacherous deep freeze is blanketing much of the country in ice and snow.
Snow and freezing drizzle should be leaving the area as temperatures drop and the potential for a slick start to your work week exists.
Snow moves into the area in the overnight hours and hangs around through Sunday morning, possibly lingering into Sunday afternoon.
Snow is on track to make it into the region by Saturday night.
Accumulating snow is possible across northwest Missouri on Sunday.
Sunshine was found across northeast Kansas Friday but did little to warm us up.
Branson received 5 inches of snow late Thursday and overnight into Friday. Many attractions are closed including Silver Dollar City.
High temperatures on Friday will be even colder than Thursdays temperatures.
A storm system is moving our way on Sunday giving us a chance for snow.
A cold push of air continues to make its way into the area.
The transition day was yesterday; frigid temperatures infiltrate the region and stay with us for at least a week, but likely more.
Temperatures will continue to struggle with highs only in the mid 20s.
A strong cold front is moving through northwest Missouri bringing arctic air with it.
The arctic air mass has moved into northeast Kansas and temperatures are continuing to drop.
No warming up today - it's the transition between the warmer than average start to the week and the major cool down for the rest of the forecast.
The warm weather is heading south and Wednesday winter like weather returns.
Temperatures were above normal Tuesday but will start to fall as we go into Wednesday.
After enjoying temperatures above normal for the last few days we will see a blast of cold air Wednesday.
Temperatures will be almost 20 degrees above normal on Tuesday.
Dry and warm conditions will continue across northwest Missouri on Tuesday.
Temperatures will continue to be mild across northeast Kansas on Tuesday.
Don't hang the winter coat up yet - you're going to need it by Wednesday!
Nifty 50s stick around for a couple more days before a cold front moves in from the north and west.
Likely to break a streak of 50 degree days on Sunday before we return to the 50s on Monday and Tuesday
Sunshine and warmer temperatures for the first part of your weekend.
Temperatures will continue to be on the cool side and the region will remain dry.
Temperatures start off on the cold side Thursday but warm up into the upper 30's by the afternoon.
Temperatures will start to rise as we head into Thanksgiving day.
After a few days of cold weather a warm up is on the way.
Below normal temperatures will stay in the area for the next few days.
More cold air will start to make its way towards northwest Missouri on Wednesday.
Winds will blow across northeast Kansas Tuesday with speeds reaching up to 35mph.
Temperatures will be on the cool side over the next few days.
Dry but cold conditions for northwest Missouri this week.
A storm carrying ice, snow, and freezing rain is going to crash the holiday party across much of the country.
We're looking at a cooler than average week, with a big dip in temperatures before Thanksgiving.
Below normal temperatures hang around through mid-week.
A possibility that we will set a record-low on Sunday as cold weather hangs over the area for a few days.
Temperatures will be well below normal this weekend.
Cold air will continue to move into northwest Missouri this weekend.
High pressure will be in place and we will have a cold weekend for northeast Kansas.
The first brush of winter weather wasn't fun. Ice, freezing rain, even a little snow precedes some very chilly days over the weekend.
Thursday night and Friday morning we will see a wintry mix across the area.
The northern part of northwest Missouri is under a winter weather advisory until 2am Friday.
A winter mix of precipitation is in the forecast for northeast Kansas Thursday night.
As we continue to cool down, precipitation is thrown in the mix and things get a little dicey.
There is a chance for a wintry mix of precipitation across the forecast area Thursday night.
Showers and thunderstorms were found across northwest Missouri Wednesday morning.
There is a chance for a winter mix of precipitation across northeast Kansas on Thursday.
Today began with rain and thunderstorms, and there is more precipitation later in the week as we continue to cool down.
Cold air will start to make its way towards the viewing area on Wednesday.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are possible across northwest Missouri Wednesday.
Temperatures Tuesday were above normal across northeast Kansas.
After today, temperatures get cooler and cooler and colder, with a chance for rain that could become snow.
Temperatures will be above normal for a few more days across the forecast area.
A warm start to the week but the second half will be colder.
High pressure will bring us warmer temperatures Tuesday across northeast Kansas.
Sunday was nice, and today will be a little cooler but still okay. Lots of cold air is on the way!
Sunny start to the week before chances for rain mid-week and again later this week.
Sunny, breezy start to the week before we see a cool down beginning mid-week and continuing through the end of the week.
Temperatures will be well above normal as we head into the weekend.
Winds on Saturday across northwest Missouri will gust up to 35mph.
A mild end to the work week across northeast Kansas.
It will be seasonably pleasant today, but with a touch more wind than yesterday. The weekend and next week bring big temperature changes.
High temperatures will continue to rise into the mid to upper 60's by the weekend.
Dry and mild conditions for the week but over the weekend we will see rain chances increase.
Temperatures over the next few days across northeast Kansas will be on the mild side.
After an early week of freezing temperatures, we start to see something a bit less winter-like toward the weekend.
Temperatures will continue to moderate over the next few days.
After another cold morning temperatures will start to warm up across the area.
A cold start across northeast Kansas Wednesday morning but we warmed up in the afternoon.
Today will be another chilly day in Missouri, but nowhere near as cold as Tuesday.
After two days of cold air we will start to see a warm up.
Tuesday high temperatures will be well below normal.
After a cold Tuesday morning we will see a slow warm up by the end of the week.
A strong cold front has moved through the area and temperatures continue to drop.
A cold front bringing arctic air will move into northwest Missouri Monday.
A strong cold front has moved into northeast Kansas dropping temperatures.
Temperatures go in the *opposite* direction today!
After reaching a seasonable high around noon Monday, temperatures begin to drop and stay cool for a couple of days.
After a sunny, seasonable Sunday, a cloudy Veteran's Day brings in a cold front that sticks around.
A strong cold front will head our way next week bringing arctic air with it.
Strong winds reaching up to 45mph will be found across northwest Missouri.
The winds Friday across northeast Kansas will be in the 25-40mph range.
Temperatures will warm back into the upper 50's and lower 60's by the weekend.
Temperatures will be on the rise as we head into the weekend.
The end of the week we will see temperatures in the lower 60's across northeast Kansas.
After a chilly Wednesday, we'll stay relatively cool, but at least we'll get into the 50s!
Temperatures will start to slowly warm up into the upper 50's by the end of the week.
Temperatures will only make it into the upper 40's Wednesday.
Dry and cooler weather is expected for northeast Kansas this week.
Today will be much cooler than the rest of the week. Thanks, cold front!
Colder and drier air will move back into the area by Wednesday.
Rainfall will become more numerous Tuesday afternoon and night.
Rain and thunderstorms are expected over northeast Kansas Tuesday and Tuesday night.
Get ready for some rain today, and then temperatures cooler than we've seen in quite some time.
Rainfall amounts will range from .50 to 1 inch across the viewing area.
Warm and windy conditions continue Monday but rain enters Tuesday morning.
Periods of rain will start across northeast Kansas Tuesday morning.
A nice warmup to the 60s comes today, ahead of an approaching front that will make Tuesday a wet one.
Cool weather is expected for the area with temperatures reaching into the upper 50's.
After a pretty wild week that saw a decent amount of rain, the sun is back out and we're poised to see a seasonably cool, but pleasant Friday.
After a stretch of rainy days we will start to dry out over the weekend.
Rainfall amounts ranged from 2 to 4 inches across northwest Missouri.
Showers and thunderstorms will move out of northeast Kansas Thursday night.
Rainfall amounts across the area ranged from 2 to 3 inches.
Heavy rainfall will be in place over northwest Missouri Wednesday afternoon and night.
Showers and thunderstorms produced locally heavy rainfall for much of northeast Kansas.
We saw rain, thunder, and lightning this morning to start a day that will be far from ordinary here in St. Joe.
Drizzle and fog will continue across the area Tuesday night and Wednesday.
We had a rainy start to the day, and will continue to see cloud cover and temperatures fluctuate.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are in the forecast this week.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected across northwest Missouri Monday night.
Widespread showers and thunderstorms will move into northeast Kansas Monday night.
A few more clouds in the sky today, ahead of a warm front that will begin a big chance for rain.
A pleasant Sunday is expected with calm winds and temperatures reaching into the mid 60s for a high.
Seasonably cool weather will be in place this weekend over the area.
Lots of sunshine is in the forecast for northwest Missouri this weekend.
Cool and dry fall like weather is expected across northeast Kansas this week.
A freeze warning is in effect for all of the viewing area Friday morning.
Clear skies and calm winds will help temperatures drop into the mid 20's Friday morning.
Clear skies Thursday night will bring temperatures down into the mid 20's.
We've seen it a lot this week: we had a cold start, and we won't likely warm up too much through the day.
One more day of temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
After a start in the mid 20s, we're looking toward another day here that will be well below average all day.
A frost advisory is in effect Wednesday morning as temperatures will drop into the upper 20s and lower 30's.
Cold air will move into northwest Missouri tonight and tomorrow morning.
Cold temperatures are expected across northeast Kansas tonight.
It'll be cooler than normal again today, with a bit more going on.
Cool temperatures are expected all week long for our area.
A series of disturbances will make it into northwest Missouri this week bringing clouds and rain.
High temperatures across northeast Kansas will be below normal this week.
After a beautiful weekend, we'll begin to cool things down on Monday, and this will continue throughout the week.
Expecting highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s for your Sunday afternoon.
After a cloudy and cold Friday we will see warmer air move back in by Sunday.
A cloudy and cold end to the work week across northwest Missouri.
A cloudy and cool day for northeast Kansas as high temperatures will only manage to reach the upper 40's.
Yesterday was sunny and comfortable; today will not be. Today will be partly/mostly cloudy and quite chilly all day.
Increasing clouds on Friday will bring us a chance for rain over the forecast area.
A warm Thursday across all of northwest Missouri as high temperatures made it into the upper 60's.
A warm and sunny day on Thursday for northeast Kansas. A cold front will move into the area cooling us down for Friday.
It'll be a comfortable day, but the warmth is short-lived; another cold shot is coming by tomorrow.
Chilly conditions were around much of the viewing area on Wednesday as highs only reached the upper 50's.
Cloudy and cool forecast is in store for northwest Missouri this week.
Fall like weather is expected today with a mix of clouds and sun keeping temperatures in the upper 50's.
Below normal temperatures are expected across the viewing area this week.
A strong cold front has pushed into the area bringing colder air with it.
Below normal temperatures will be found across northeast Kansas this week.
After a second cold front has now passed, we are in a pattern where each day the rest of the week is supposed to be cooler than normal.
Scattered showers throughout the day and afternoon, with rain chances increasing late Monday into the overnight hours.
Scattered showers throughout the day and afternoon for Northeast Kansas, with rain chances increasing late Monday into the overnight hours.
After an amazing weekend, things do cool down after a cold front which also brings a chance for rain.
After spectacular weather this weekend, especially a wonderful Sunday, the week begins cloudy with a chance of rain, and much cooler temperatures.
Scattered showers continued Friday as a cold front moved toward our area. Cooler air is on the way for the weekend.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms developed in northwest Missouri this morning bringing some rain to the area.
A few clouds this morning but not much rain to be found in northeast Kansas ahead of a warm front moving into the area.
Friday we will see high temperatures again into the lower 80's until a cold front moves in this weekend.
Another round of warmth for much of northwest Missouri on Thursday.
High temperatures continue to be well above normal across much of northeast Kansas.
The chance for rain comes, once again, around the time for high school football.
The warm and sunny conditions will start to change as we go into the weekend.
A cold front will move into the area Friday giving us a chance for rain and thunderstorms.
The next couple of days look great forecast wise for northeast Kansas.
Showers and thunderstorms will sneak back into the forecast by Friday and Saturday.
Breezy and warmer weather is on tap for northwest Missouri this week.
South winds will increase this week and start to bring in warmer air to the area.
We see another cool start to a day, but with very clear skies that will lead to plenty of sunshine and a nice warm up.
A great weather week is ahead for the forecast area.
High temperatures will be back to normal this week for northwest Missouri.
After a cool weekend in northeast Kansas warm weather will return to the area this week.
We begin close to the 30s, but wth some sunshine, we'll warm up to comfortable temperatures.
Expecting a low of 41 degrees before we warm back up in the upper 70s.
A cold front continues to push east and will produce showers and thunderstorms Friday and Friday night.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible over our area for Friday and Friday night.
It'll be another round of late summer warmth ahead of the potential for strong storms and a big cool down for the weekend.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible Friday morning and Friday evening.
Showers and thunderstorms moved into northwest Missouri early Thursday morning bringing some much needed rainfall to the area.
Showers and thunderstorms Thursday morning have be replaced by sunshine and warm air Thursday afternoon.
We actually had some rain this morning! And it will lead into a partly cloudy, and pretty steamy afternoon.
Increasing rain chances as we head into Friday and cooler air on tap for the weekend.
Despite other government agencies getting a temporary furlough, workers at the National Weather Service will still report for duty.
There is a good chance that northwest Missouri will see showers and thunderstorms Thursday and Friday.
A strong cold front is expected to bring below normal temperatures to northeast Kansas.
It'll be another warm day in St. Joe, with highs in the mid 80s and maybe even a touch of humidity.
Above normal temperatures will stay in place for the rest of the week.
Warm conditions continue across northwest Missouri until Friday.
Warm temperatures continue Tuesday for northeast Kansas.
It will be even warmer today than yesterday as a sunny and warm outlook continues through the rest of the week.
High temperatures will be in the mid 80's for part of this week.
Above normal temperatures again this week for northwest Missouri.