Freeze Warning, Record Low Possible Tonight
After a spring-like Saturday and a rainy Sunday, forecasters say that winter isn’t quite done with us yet.
The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning for northeast Missouri and western Illinois from 11 p.m. Monday through 9 a.m. Tuesday.
After highs of 82 Saturday and 73 Sunday in Hannibal, the weather service predicts a high of 42 Monday and 49 Tuesday.
In between, a low of 25 is expected Monday night. That would match the record low for Hannibal, set in 1962. A mixture of rain and snow Monday into Monday night is also a possibility.
Spring makes a return appearance Wednesday, with sunshine and a high of 60 expected.
Looking ahead to Easter Sunday, the forecast calls for a chance of rain with a high of 66.