Familiar sight this morning, isn’t it? Clipper system pushed through with the front last night, this will continue to effect the area throughout the day as a dry slot will shift from west to east. This is expected to drop even more snow across the area, with more blowing and drifting expected. Skies have opened for a brief period, only to allow strong winds and clouds to roll back in later today. Surface low that is currently over Louisville will shift east, while the upper-level low over southeast Missouri will push E/NE across the area today. This will assist in the redevelopment of snow showers across the region. The display above shows what is expected through Monday.
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