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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Bitter Cold Again Tonight

Moderating temperatures this weekend
Published: Jul. 8, 2020 at 7:21 AM CDT|Updated: 10 hours ago
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One more bitterly cold night is ahead for the Ozarks. Clear skies and light winds will allow temperatures to tumble to the low single digits. Wind chills will be slightly below zero.

The warm up begins Friday. Sunshine along with a returning south wind should boost the highs back to around 30 degrees. The weekend looks good with partial sunshine Saturday and highs nearing 40. Highs in the mid to upper 40′s are forecast for Sunday.

High temperatures will remain below freezing Friday
High temperatures will remain below freezing Friday(ky3)

The warmest day over the next seven should be Monday. Highs may make 50 degrees despite the increase in cloud cover. There is a chance for a bit of light rain which could end as a bit of light snow Tuesday. This is far from certain and this portion of the forecast may change over time.

Moderating temperatures are forecast this weekend
Moderating temperatures are forecast this weekend(ky3)

It is more likely that the next round of cold weather will arrive next Tuesday. Highs will scale back to around freezing for Tuesday and Wednesday with lows diving to the teens once again. Next week should end on an up note as highs return to the low 40′s.

Light rain or light snow is possible early next week
Light rain or light snow is possible early next week(ky3)