FIRST ALERT: Flurries possible overnight

First Alert 10pm forecast on 11/29

(KFVS) - A few light rain and snow showers are still possible overnight as a cold front sweeps through.

Winds will become gusty from the northwest behind the front later tonight.

Monday morning will feature mainly cloudy skies, cold temps and gusty northwest winds. A few flurries are possible Monday morning, especially east of the Mississippi River, but we should dry out and gradually clear out from west to east during the afternoon.

Highs in the mid 30s to around 40 in the Bootheel will make it the coldest day of the season so far.

The remainder of the workweek will feature cool temps, with a hard freeze Tuesday morning.

Wednesday will be the ‘mildest’ day of the week before another upper low brings cooler temps and more precip chances from about Wednesday night through Thursday night.

Models are having some trouble with this system, but right now it looks like most of our precipitation should be in the form of rain Wednesday night and Thursday, with new data showing drier conditions from Friday into next weekend.

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