Temperatures warm to 20º but northerly winds keep us feeling like the single digits.
Temperatures will remain below freezing throughout the workweek, so the 5"-8" of snow that the Valley received during Friday's storm will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with light snow developing.
It looks to be another cold day across Mid-Missouri with temperatures in the mid-20s. Plenty of sun shines down with high pressure overhead, but the source of that high pressure is the Canadian north, so it doesn't do much to warm us up. Plus, we've still got winds gusting near 20 miles per hour from the north. For related traffic news, check out Dr. Gridlock.More news: EPS for Canadian National Railway Company (CNI) Expected At $0.99
We could see a dusting up to an inch of snow for most of Mid-Missouri Monday morning as temperatures will tumble throughout the day.
Monday temperatures in southern DE are expected to stay just above freezing with highs at 34 degrees, but in Wilmington the highs are only 29 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Lows only drop to the low-to-mid 20s.
An arctic blast will follow our snow chances Monday with a below zero start to our Tuesday.
Sunday: An 80% chance of rain and snow from about noon through early afternoon, then light snow.More news: Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) Rating Increased to Neutral at Atlantic Securities
There's a brief warming expected on Tuesday, when highs in the state's northern areas could reach the upper-30s and the low-40s in the south, NWS Meteorologist Jared Klein said.
A daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.
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