Looking down Grand in Springfield on January 28, 2009.
We might see the first flakes for the 2009-2010 winter season. We're expected to receive next to nothing in the way of accumulation, but I wouldn't mind to see the grass a little white tomorrow.
"An upper level storm system will track east across southern Missouri tonight and as it does, precipitation will likely become mixed with or change to all light snow," said the National Weather Service. "Accumulations are expected to remain minor or generally less than an inch and mostly on grassy surfaces.
We have a slight chance again tomorrow, too, due to the same upper level low's continuing to sit and spin.
"The upper level low will lift northeast into Southeast Missouri on Tuesday. Light snow will be possible mainly west of an Osage Beach to Branson line with general snow accumulations of less than an inch expected."
I am currently in my sixth year in education as a Spanish teacher. I have been married since 2003 to Rachel. I have a sister who is 12 years older than me and has two young sons. My parents live in the small town where I and they grew up and have been married over 40 years. I frequently visit them, and I also enjoy visiting (nearly every day on the phone) with my 82-year-old grandma who lives 10 miles east of my parents in the country.