Models continue to indicate a winter storm is possible to come through the region out of the southwest. As for now, it's looking to be a little more on the icy side than the snow side, which could be a bad situation.
We are still in "long-range" status with models since we're four days out from the storm, but tomorrow's model runs will be paint a better picture of what will happen.
The National Weather Service forecast discussion:
MUCH UNCERTAINTY EXISTS IN THE EXTENDED FORECAST BUT THERE IS HIGHER CONFIDENCE THAT WINTER PRECIPITATION WILL IMPACT SOUTHEAST KANSAS AND THE MISSOURI OZARKS EARLY NEXT WEEK. THE TIMING, STRENGTH AND PLACEMENT OF WEATHER FEATURES WILL HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON PRECIPITATION TYPE AND AMOUNTS. TRAVELERS, MEDIA, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND OTHER DECISION MAKERS SHOULD STAY TUNED TO THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI.