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Local meteorologists say the winter weather will take a break over the next few days. KSMU's Kristian Kriner reports.
Some of the roads that are still iced over from the past few days will get a chance to melt Thursday.
Kelsey Angle is a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Springfield.
He says temperatures Wednesday night will be in the lower to mid-20s.
“We will see some light precipitation develop in the form of some light drizzle and light freezing drizzle. The better chance for light freezing drizzle will be north of that warm front across the central ozarks,” Angle said.
Angle says a warm front will make temperatures rise throughout the day Thursday.
“As we get into tomorrow that front will continue to lift further to the north and temperatures will actually rise throughout the day. We’re looking for temperatures to warm into the middle to upper 40s and some locations may see some lower 50s by tomorrow afternoon,” Angle said.
Angle says the rest of the week will be clear and warmer with a slight chance of rain on Saturday.
For KSMU News, I'm Kristian Kriner.