We're looking at a really nice way to end the work week, but it comes ahead of a cold front that will really chill things down for Saturday. Thankfully that cool down is short-lived.
A warm Friday but a cold front will cool us down for Saturday.
High temperatures will be in the 50s by Friday.
A nice warm up as we head into the weekend.
Because of a thick deck of clouds that should last all day, temperatures today will remain quite chilly. There's also a chance for some light snow.
A cold front moving in from the north will give us a chance for snow Wednesday.
Temperatures reached into the 30s across northwest Missouri Tuesday.
Snow enters back into the forecast on Wednesday.
A arctic air mass has moved into northwest Missouri to start the week.
Lots of sunshine but a very cold Monday across northeast Kansas.
After a round of snowfall, temperatures are frigid. Thankfully, the winter blast isn't here to stay.
Saturday night's snowfall tapered off earlier than expected, leaving much of the area with three to four inches of snow.
A snow storm we've been anticipating for nearly a week has already begun, and looks to pick up during the late night hours.
MoDOT is advising Missourians to stay home during the weekend storm, which is expected to start Saturday night.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Saturday and Sunday for the area.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Saturday night until Sunday night.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Saturday and Sunday.
The City of St. Joseph is working to rebuild its salt supply as another winter storm approaches. The streets department took a hit after several rounds of snow since the beginning of the year.
After an above freezing Friday, look out for a wild and wintry start to the month of March.
A winter storm will move into the area on Saturday giving us a good chance for snow.
Many people use smart phone apps for weather info. These phones have a limited amount of data, which can prove inaccurate on long-range forecasts.
It's still winter, and we're going to see the full brunt of winter to end the week, end the month, and usher in an extremely cold and wintry weekend.
Temperatures Thursday will struggle to make it out of the lower 20s.
A storm system will move into the area Friday bringing a wintry mix to the area.
Another cold front will move into northeast Kansas on Thursday.
After a warmup a week ago, we are bracing for some of the colder days of the season, with some snow as well.
Sunny skies on Wednesday but temperatures will struggle to only make it into the 30s.
Cold air will be in place this week across the area.
Below normal temperatures will be found across northeast Kansas this week.
A day above freezing begins a week that will be cold to the core.
Get used to the number 30 this week.
Cooler air is moving into the area and will be here for the rest of the week.
After a rainy and snowy Thursday we will see a nice warm up on Friday.
Temperatures were in the upper 40s and lower 50s on Friday.
After a wild weather day Thursday we will see spring like temperatures on Friday.
Rain and thunderstorms preceded snow across the region in the past 24 hours.
A storm system has moved into northeast Kansas leaving snow across the area.
We've seen thunderstorms and rain, and later in the day we'll see wind, snow, and maybe even sleet? This is Missouri weather at its finest.
Rain and a few thunderstorms will move into the area tonight and Thursday.
After getting into the 60s on Tuesday, it will still be mild today, albeit with a little extra cloud cover. Also, a major rainstorm is on the way.
A windy and warm day for much of northwest Missouri.
A warm and windy day was found across northeast Kansas on Tuesday.
We haven't seen a high temperature like this since mid-January.
Temperatures Monday were in the 40s and 50s for highs.
Temperatures will be in the 50s for the first part of the week.
After a cool weekend we will see a warm start to the week.
It's been extremely cold this winter, so a warm up is welcome change for just about everyone.
Mixed precipitation moving in has prompted a freezing rain advisory for much of the area.
Temperatures will start to rise into the 40s over the weekend.
A few light snow flurries were found across northwest Missouri this morning.
After a cold Friday we will see temperatures bounce back in to the 40s and 50s this weekend.
A cold front into the area Friday will give us a chance for snow.
A lot of sunshine Thursday helped temperatures warm up into the 40s.
A quick moving cold front will move into northeast Kansas Friday.
We are expecting a high temperature above freezing for the first time since January today.
Temperatures will rise into the 40s by Thursday.
A few snow flakes were found in northwest Missouri Wednesday.
Some light snow moved into northeast Kansas early this afternoon.
We are facing the chance to finally melt some of that snow that has fallen this month. We've not seen a temperature above freezing since January.
Temperatures will gradually warm up over the week into the 40s.
Temperatures will start to warm up into the 40s by the end of the week.
We are expecting temperatures to be warmer, but that's going to be mostly by the end of the week. We still need to persevere through some continuing cold days.
Temperatures will slowly rise into the 30s and 40s by midweek.
A few more cold days ahead for northwest Missouri.
Road crews from Kansas treated 565,000 miles of highway last week. The work cost nearly $3 million dollars between Feb. 3 and Feb. 6.
Saturday we will see warmer air move into the area with highs reaching into the 30s.
A slight warm up on Saturday with temperatures reaching into the 30s.
Some light snow flurries will be found over northeast Kansas this weekend.
Another early morning below zero, with a high barely in the teens by the afternoon. There's even a chance for some flurries or light snow on the way over the next few days.
Bitterly cold temperatures will stay over northwest Missouri.
The cold arctic air will stay in place over northeast Kansas.
We began Thursday with a low temperature of -13.
Wind chill readings will reach between -20 and -30 degrees Thursday.
A wind chill warning goes into effect from 9pm Wednesday until noon Thursday.
A wind chill advisory goes into effect from 9pm Wednesday until noon Thursday.
Knowing how cold it is despite sunshine, a mother dresses her children up in multiple layers to stay warm in extreme temperatures.
We began Wednesday with wind chill values close to 20 degrees below zero! This, after the biggest snowstorm of the season so far.
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As the system moves across the area, we could see between 6 to 8 inches of snow.
When the snow begins, it won't let up for quite some time. Expect upwards of 6-8" of snow, with more possible in some areas.
A winter storm warning is in effect all day Tuesday.
A winter storm warning is in effect all day Tuesday for northeast Kansas.
Missouri Western State University will be closed Tuesday, Feb. 4 due to a Winter Storm Warning for the area.
The day began below zero, but the day itself will be pretty okay by the afternoon. The weather takes a turn for the worse by Tuesday, with a snow storm that could be the biggest of the season so far.
Winter isn't going anywhere. We're in for a cold, snowy week.
MoDOT reports that crews are plowing and treating following the second round of snow in 24 hours. Some groups have cancelled events due to the weather.
A winter storm will move into the area Friday night and Saturday.
The order crews clear snowy roadways follows certain guidelines, meaning some neighborhood streets get cleared last.
It wasn't freezing rain, sleet, or anything else other than snow. And because it was so cold, it wasn't going to be anything but cold.
More snow is expected Friday night into the Saturday.
Another round of snow is in the forecast for northeast Kansas Friday night.
We began to see light snow and wind early Friday morning. But the big ticket will be much heavier snow after the sun goes down Friday night.
A winter weather advisory runs from 3am Friday until 6pm Saturday.
There is a good chance for accumulating snow across northwest Missouri this Friday and Saturday.
A couple of chances for snow as we end the week for northeast Kansas.
After two very cold days, a high in the mid 40s will be welcome change.
Temperatures will warm into the 40s for Wednesday and Thursday.
After a frigid beginning to the week, Tuesday began below zero. It looks to stay cold all day long as well.
Another cold day is on tap for the area with highs only in the 20s.
An arctic cold front has moved through the area bringing strong winds and cold air.
A windy and cold start to work week but a warm up by mid week.
After a nice weekend, we abruptly shifted to an extremely cold night and it will remain cold all day Monday.
Temperatures fall fast as arctic air moves into the area.
All aboard the weather roller coaster! The peak comes tomorrow before we throw our hands up and fly down into a very cold start to the week.
Warm air will move into the area over the weekend with highs reaching into the 50s.
Lots of warm air will be found across northeast Kansas this weekend.
A mild change from a frigid Thursday, with strong southwest winds moving in some much warmer temperatures.
Temperatures will rise into the 40s on Friday and the 50s by Sunday.
After a cold Thursday we will see a nice warm up for Friday.
Temperatures across northeast Kansas started off in the single digits Thursday morning.
We knew it was coming and now it's here; another frozen blast of arctic air chills us to the bone today.
A wind chill advisory is in effect until 11am Thursday morning.
Wind chill readings will be from -15 to -25 degrees Thursday morning.
Another round of arctic air is headed into northeast Kansas on Thursday.
Today will be a quick reprieve from extreme cold. Brief, because tomorrow is going to be dangerously cold!
Another round of cold air is on the way for the area on Thursday.
A cold start to Tuesday and we have another surge of cold air for Thursday.
A cold start to the day but we will see a warm up on Wednesday.
Today is going to be very cold, thanks to strong northwest winds both at the surface and higher in the atmosphere.
The wind really picked up this evening! Strong gusts are expected to continue as we get very cold tonight.
After a near record-setting warm day on Sunday, you have to prepare for a major cool down after such a warm up.
The dips and peaks won't be quite as extreme this week, but inconsistent temperatures continue this week.
Get ready for the 50s on Sunday!
Temperature by Sunday will warm into the upper 50s.
After a cold end to the week we will see above normal temperatures for the weekend.
A cold end to the week across northeast Kansas.
Temperatures in the 20s Friday before warmer air comes in from the south, bring a mild to warm weekend.
A strong cold front has moved into the area and brought colder air into northwest Missouri.
Strong winds will continue to blow in northwest Missouri Thursday with gusts reaching 40mph.
Strong winds will blow across the area today with winds reaching 40mph.
Today will be about one thing: wind. And it won't help us warm down. But we really won't be all the cold either.
Temperatures Thursday will be in the 40s which is slightly above normal.
Strong winds will be found Thursday across northwest Missouri with gusts up to 40mph.
A small warm up is on the way for northeast Kansas on Thursday with highs in the lower 40s.
It's still winter. And we continue to be reminded of that as we face a freezing Wednesday.
The weather pattern will remain dry through the weekend.
A Wind Advisory is in effect until 6pm Tuesday across northwest Missouri.
Northwest winds will gust from 20 to 30mph across northeast Kansas today.
After a welcomed warm up over the weekend and on Monday, things get colder. We will cool down all day long today. We've already reached the high.
After a dry and mild weekend we will see a cooler week ahead.
A cold front heading into northeast Kansas will drop our temperatures into the 30s for highs.
Maybe not as warm as Sunday, but still quite a bit above average through Monday.
Warmer air sticks around with little to no chance of precipitation this week.
Temperatures will be in the 50s Sunday and look to stay in the upper 30s and 40s all week.
Temperatures today were in the mid 30s but by the weekend we will see mid 40s.
A cool end to the week but we have a nice warm up going into next week.
Areas of light rain and drizzle were found across northeast Kansas Friday morning.
We even saw some freezing rain/drizzle this morning. But the temperatures are on an upward trend.
Freezing drizzle is possible Friday morning across all of northwest Missouri.
Areas of northwest Missouri will see light rain starting early Friday morning.
A disturbance moving across the area could give northeast Kansas some freezing drizzle.
It's still below freezing all day, but we're going in the right direction.
A disturbance moving our way on Friday will give us a good chance for rain.
Light snow and freezing drizzle is possible Thursday and Friday across northwest Missouri.
High temperatures for the next two days will be in the 20s and 30s.
It's been getting a little better since that frigid beginning of the week. But we could see some light snow today!
A light wintry mix is possible across the area on Wednesday and Wednesday night.
A wintry mix of precipitation is possible as we go into Wednesday and Wednesday night.
After a cold start to the week, by Friday we could see temperatures around 40 degrees.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until 9am Tuesday morning.
Wind chill reading tonight and tomorrow morning will range from -15 to -20.
Cloudy but cold overnight across northeast Kansas Monday night.
School is cancelled, and we're not surprised, given how cold those wind chill values are this morning.
Wind chill warning remains through Monday evening as dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills blanket the are.
The entire area will see dangerously cold temperatures beginning Sunday and continuing into Monday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the KQ2 viewing area, effective 3 p.m. Saturday and continuing through 9 a.m. Sunday.
An arctic air mass will drop into the area on Sunday.
An arctic front will move into northwest Missouri on Saturday night bringing cold air and a chance for snow.
A cold front will head into northeast Kansas this weekend giving us a chance for snow.
Even as we warm up today, it should remain quite cool. Despite good sunshine, we will likely stay below freezing all day.
Temperatures Friday morning will range in the -5 to -8 degree range.
KQ2's Christina Watkins was stranded at Midway Airport in Chicago most of the day. And, she certainly wasn't alone.
A warm up will move over the area by the end of the week.
The cold winter like weather will continue over the weekend for much of northeast Kansas.
After a solid two inches of snow fell, we are very cold; we began with a low temperature below zero.
The snowfall has begun and continued exactly as we expected it to. Now we look forward to very cold temperatures and extremely low wind chills for the near future.
A Winter Weather Advisory is already in effect. It's going to be cold, windy, and snowy by the afternoon.
After some big temperature changes over the weekend, we begin our week in the cold.
Warm air heads east while a blast of arctic air pushes down from the northwest.
We've already seen a couple of above average days, with the expectation that it'll continue at least through Saturday.
Cold temperatures in the morning, but mild by the afternoon. We saw it on Christmas, and it could get even warmer over the next few days.
We face one of the coldest nights of the season so far, as temperatures are expected to plummet below zero.
The main roads in St. Joseph have been cleared enough for the City to lift Phase II of the Emergency Snow Ordinance. The advisory went in to effect on Saturday, Dec. 21.
After a big snowfall over the weekend, we are literally left in the cold to start the week.
The sleet began at 3:00pm Sunday. The snow began at 8:30pm. Now we look for snow to continue for several hours overnight.
A mix of rain, sleet and snow made for an unusual start to winter across the region. The first round of precipitation started falling early in the day on Saturday and changed over to snow by late evening.
A winter storm warning remains in effect for the entire KQ2 viewing area through noon Sunday.
After a brush with freezing rain overnight, we now anticipate the chance for the most productive snowfall so far this season over the weekend.
A winter storm watch goes into effect Saturday night into Sunday morning.
A freezing rain advisory goes into effect at 8pm Thursday night and lasts until 9am Friday.
A winter storm watch is in effect late Friday night through late Saturday night for northeast Kansas.
It won't be long until we are reminded again what month it is, and what season we are just about to begin.
After temperatures reached into the 60s on Wednesday 20s and 30s are on tap for Friday.
Well above normal temperatures will be found Wednesday and Thursday across northwest Missouri.
Temperatures will be well above normal across northeast Kansas on Wednesday.
Today will warm up to temperatures we haven't seen in weeks.
High temperatures on Tuesday are in the 40s but we will see 50s on Wednesday and Thursday.
A little bit cooler on your Tuesday across northeast Kansas but a nice warm up for Wednesday.