It's been awhile since northeast Missouri and west-central Illinois have seen snow fall from the sky. I'm not talking about flurries, but real snowfall. That will likely happen for the first time this season early Sunday morning, but I've got good news, too.

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There are multiple weather models that show snow is likely beginning either late Saturday night, November 25 and/or early Sunday morning, November 26, 2023. Pivotal Weather shows one model that reveals many parts of our area could see an inch or so of snow.

Infographic, Pivotal Weather
Infographic, Pivotal Weather
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There is another that shows marginally less snow with less than an inch expected.

Infographic, Pivotal Weather
Infographic, Pivotal Weather
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So when does the good news part of this begin?

First, the National Weather Service in St. Louis agrees that some snow is likely, but they indicate that ground temperatures are still to warm for any snow we get to accumulate much and travel should not be impacted. "Should" is the key word since this is Missouri and Illinois unpredictable weather we're talking about.

Infographic, National Weather Service
Infographic, National Weather Service
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This graphic shows the time when most of the precipitation is expected overnight Saturday into Sunday.

National Weather Service, St. Louis
National Weather Service, St. Louis
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It likely won't amount to much (yet), but don't be surprised when you see real snowflakes falling late Saturday or early Sunday. It's that time of year and our fun has only just begun.

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