Weather Alert

Temperatures Expected to Fall Even Further in Southeast Missouri

(Farmington) Southeast Missouri has dealt with cold temperatures, ice and snow this whole week and it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any better as we head toward the weekend. Jared Maples is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in St. Louis and he says temperatures will drop even lower over the next couple of days.

On top of having frigid temperatures, Maples says there is a good chance for some snow at the start of next week.

And don’t expect any of the ice or snow to melt away anytime soon.

Tomorrow the high is supposed to reach 23 degrees while tomorrow night it’ll dip down to about 8 with a projected wind chill of -2.

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