Temperatures will range from a high of 56 to a low of 46 degrees with mostly clear skies. Winds will range between 12 and 16 miles per hour from the southwest. No precipitation is expected.
After a cold start to Black Friday, a warm front brings warm weather for the weekend.
High temperatures Friday will be much warmer in the low 50s.
Temperatures top out in the low to mid 30s for Thanksgiving, but big changes come on Friday.
Thursday's clouds will break for some sun but high temperatures will only reach the 30s.
Rain and snow moving out this morning as colder air keeps temperatures in the 30s.
We have a nice warm up just in time for the weekend across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Sunny and dry today, but rain and snow chances increase tonight.
A wintry mix of precipitation is possible late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Colder air continues to filter in behind yesterday's cold front.
As colder air moves in Sunday night, Monday's high temperatures will only reach the upper 30s.
We'll have a chance for rain throughout the day with our best chances during the afternoon.
We will have rounds of rain and drizzle across the area but there will be a few breaks in the rain.
The chance for rain arrives this afternoon with warmer weather on the way.
By the weekend we will start to see temperatures warm up to normal. We also have a good chance for rain over Saturday and Sunday.
After a cold start, highs today top out in the mid to upper 30s.
A storm system will move in from the west over the weekend and give us a chance for rain.
A warm front moving into the area and will bring slightly warmer air into northwest Missouri.
Freeze warnings are in effect from California to Florida.
Record cold this morning. Temperatures are in the single digits with subzero wind chills.
Wind chill values tonight and tomorrow will range anywhere from 0 to -10 degrees. A northwest wind will range from 5 to 10 miles per hour tonight and tomorrow.
The record low high in St. Joe is 26, today. Temperatures only top out in the upper teens this afternoon with subzero wind chills.
Monday's high temperatures around the region will struggle to reach 20 degrees.
Some snow showers out to our west are headed toward the area.
Steady snowfall Saturday evening has created slick roads.
There's still a chance for some lingering flurries through Saturday afternoon and evening.
The snow should start to impact the area as we go into Saturday morning.
Winter Weather Advisory goes in effect Saturday from 6 a.m. through midnight. Snow moves in Saturday morning and will continue throughout the day.
We continue to watch our chances for snowfall Saturday across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri.
Wind chills are back in the single digits on Thursday. Temperatures remain cold before snow arrives for the weekend.
A storm system will start to effect us as we go into Saturday. As it moves our way we will introduce a good chance for snow across the area.
Temperatures struggle to reach the 30s on Wednesday, but gusty winds will make it feel even colder.
Clear skies and cold temperatures are expected tonight.
Brisk winds knocked wind chills into the single digits this morning. Temperatures will remain chilly throughout the day.
A cold front will be bringing colder air into the area Monday night.
Highs top out in the upper 60s today before an arctic cold front knocks temperatures into the 30s.
Above average temperatures will continue into the start of the work week.
Southwest winds will help us reach the 60s to end the weekend.
Saturday will be a little bit cooler but we will warm right back up on Sunday.
A windy and warmer Friday across northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas.
Northwest winds bring cooler air into the region today, Highs only reach the low to mid 50s.
Cooler air will return to the area Thursday as a cold front moves in.
Gusty southwest winds will help temperatures climb to the upper 60s this afternoon.
Temperatures on Wednesday will warm into the 70s.
Rain showers have moved out, but clouds are sticking around this morning.
A cold front will bring cooler air in on Tuesday.
Gusty winds will keep temperatures in the 60s, but a cold front brings the chance for rain today,
We'll have a mild start to the work week with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s.
High temperatures to end the weekend will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s.
A freeze warning is in effect from Friday 10pm until Saturday at 9am.