(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Wednesday, April 4.
First Alert Forecast
It will be sunny today, but highs will only get into the upper 40s or lower 50s. Laura Wibbenmeyer says the feels like temperatures will be in the 20s as we start our day, this morning. It will be cold tomorrow morning, too.
There is a freeze warning in effect for Thursday morning. Actual air temperatures will fall into the 20s. Spring growth could be impacted.
Friday night, rain changes into a wintry mix and then into snow by Saturday morning. Accumulations are possible, but the weather team can't say right now how much snow we might get.
There are still some question marks, but more light precipitation will move into the Heartland Sunday night and it might turn into a wintry mix, as well.
- A First Alert Action Day was in effect across the Heartland for the threat of severe weather including tornadoes, read about the damage.
- Voters took to the polls on Tuesday, April 3 for the Missouri General Municipal Elections. Here are the results.
- MoDOT is replacing the Interstate 55 bridge and redeveloping the highway that passes through underneath.
- As the severe weather picks up, Jackson County EMA Deputy Coordinator says it's best to be prepared.
- Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin proclaimed that U.S. and state flags be flown at half-staff for fallen Hopkinsville Police Officer Phillip Meacham.
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