Stoddard County, Missouri - There's a slight chance we may get to the freezing mark this afternoon.
Tonight the low will dip down to 14 degrees with tomorrow's high at 27 degrees.
Saturday night the low will be around 21 degrees, but lookout Sunday!
Sunday's forecast is a high of around 38 degrees, but 100% chance of precipitation. What form of precipitation? RAIN!
The temperatures will dip just around the freezing mark at night so your Monday morning commute may see some slick spots of thin ice.
Monday's temps will be back above freezing into the upper 30s low 40s.
Weather provided by Bagby Wealth Management
Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Stoddard County, Missouri.
... WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST TUESDAY
... A WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST TUESDAY.
* WHAT... LOWEST WIND CHILL READINGS TONIGHT WILL BE NEAR 10 BELOW ZERO. THE COLD WIND CHILLS WILL CAUSE FROSTBITE ON EXPOSED SKIN IN AS LITTLE AS 30 MINUTES.
* WHERE... ALL OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, SOUTHWEST INDIANA, WESTERN KENTUCKY, AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI.
* WHEN... THROUGH NOON TUESDAY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS
... A WIND CHILL ADVISORY MEANS THAT COLD AIR AND THE WIND WILL COMBINE TO CREATE LOW WIND CHILLS.
FROST BITE AND HYPOTHERMIA CAN OCCUR IF PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN. MAKE SURE YOU WEAR A HAT AND GLOVES.
Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a Special Weather Statement for Stoddard County, Missouri. Extreme cold temperatures this weekend through Tuesday.
... VERY COLD CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY FROM NEW YEAR'S EVE THROUGH TUESDAY
... BITTERLY COLD AIR WILL PUSH SOUTH INTO THE REGION THIS WEEKEND AND LAST THROUGH TUESDAY. VERY COLD TEMPERATURES COMBINED WITH STEADY NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS WILL RESULT IN DANGEROUSLY COLD WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT.
WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES FROM 0 TO 15 BELOW ZERO WILL BE COMMON, WITH THE COLDEST WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES EARLY NEW YEAR'S DAY MORNING.
WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES DURING THE DAY WILL GENERALLY BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO JUST BELOW ZERO.
DUE TO THE EXTENDED COLD SNAP, PLAN TO REDUCE TIME SPENT OUTDOORS SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY, INCLUDING NEW YEAR'S DAY.
THESE CONDITIONS WILL INCREASE THE LIKELIHOOD OF HYPOTHERMIA AND FROST BITE.
ADVERSE IMPACTS TO INFRASTRUCTURE, SUCH AS PLUMBING, ARE LIKELY IF ADEQUATE STEPS ARE NOT TAKEN TO INSULATE EXPOSED PIPES.
CHECK ON THE ELDERLY, AND BE SURE TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR OUTDOOR PETS DURING THIS TIME OF VERY COLD WEATHER.
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Southeast Missouri - Dry conditions throughout southeast Missouri have prompted several cities and counties to issue Burn Bans! If in doubt, don't burn until we see some significant rain!
Cape Girardeau County: Due to the combination of temperature, low humidity, dry ground covering, and the possibility of increasing winds, the Cape Girardeau County Commission issued a "no burn advisory" for Cape Girardeau County. All county residents are advised to postpone open outdoor burning until the fire danger decreases. If you are driving or working outdoors, be extremely careful to discard smoking materials. The grass along the highways is very dry and could easily ignite. Campers and hunters should be extremely careful.
Clarkton: The city of Clarkton, Missouri is under a no burn order until further notice. Anyone caught burning is subject to a fine plus court cost, according to Assistant Fire Chief Richard Blagg.
Holcomb: The Holcomb Fire Dept. has issued a burn ban until further notice. Anyone caught burning will be issued a citation according to Fire Chief Colleen Thompson. Contact authorities if you see anyone burning.
Madison County: A burn ban advisory was issued for Madison County, Missouri. Cherokee Pass Fire Chief Bill Starkey advises Madison County residents to not burn until further notice due to dry conditions and dry vegetation.
Puxico: A burn ban has been issued for the town of Puxico. Fire Chief Stacy Starnes advises residents not to burn until further notice.
Ripley County: The County Commission issued a no open burning order.
Scott City: A burn ban is in place until further notice.
Carter County Enacted 12/11/17 Until significant rainfall
Dent County Enacted 12/12/17 Expiring in 30 days
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Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky has issued a Wind Advisory until 4 p.m. Weather provided by Bagby Wealth Management.
... WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 PM CST THIS AFTERNOON
* TIMING... HIGHEST WIND GUSTS FROM MID MORNING THROUGH MID AFTERNOON.
* WINDS... FROM THE SOUTHWEST GUSTING TO AROUND 40 TO 45 MPH AT TIMES. THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE EXPECTED OVER SOUTHERN ILLINOIS AROUND MIDDAY.
* IMPACTS... DRIVING WILL BE MORE DIFFICULT FOR HIGH PROFILE VEHICLES. OUTDOOR OBJECTS, INCLUDING HOLIDAY DECORATIONS NOT SECURE MAY BE BLOWN AROUND OR DAMAGED. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS
... A WIND ADVISORY IS ISSUED WHEN SUSTAINED WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH 30 MPH OR GREATER FOR LONGER THAN ONE HOUR... OR WIND GUSTS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH 40 MPH FOR ANY DURATION.
... WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED TODAY... .DEEP LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE FROM THE UPPER MIDWEST SOUTHEAST TO THE OHIO VALLEY REGION TODAY. STRONG AND GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL OCCUR OUT AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM.
Stoddard County, Missouri - The National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Statement until 4 p.m. Wednesday. Weather sponsored by Bagby Wealth Management.
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT UNTIL 4PM CST WED
...ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TODAY
... THE COMBINATION OF STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND DRY VEGETATION WILL RESULT IN AN ELEVATED FIRE DANGER TODAY ACROSS THE QUAD STATE REGION. RELATIVE HUMIDITY WILL ALSO BE QUITE LOW AND MAY EVEN APPROACH RED FLAG CRITERIA THIS AFTERNOON, PARTICULARLY OVER THE OZARK FOOTHILLS OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI.
THESE WEATHER CONDITIONS ALONG WITH VERY DRY GRASSES AND UNDERBRUSH COULD RESULT IN THE RAPID SPREAD OF FIRES. BURN BANS ARE IN EFFECT FOR SOME COUNTIES AND OUTDOOR BURNING IS HIGHLY DISCOURAGED ACROSS THE REGION. CHECK WITH LOCAL AUTHORITIES FOR THE LATEST ON AREA BURN BANS.
CONDITIONS SHOULD IMPROVE SIGNIFICANTLY BY SUNSET AS WINDS SLACKEN AND HUMIDITY RECOVERS.