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.
Temperatures fell like a rock last night, dropping around 15 degrees between midnight and 6am. Surge of arctic air will stay around, allowing today’s high to only reach 28 degrees. Scattered snow showers will last through tomorrow morning, before tapering off by tomorrow night. Not expecting any significant additional accumulation, although drifting/blowing snow will be an issue for any more showers that move through. Low for tonight will dip to to the upper teens while tomorrow’s high will be similar to today, with a reading in the upper 20’s. Stay warm and bundled as the remainder of this system moves through!