Pettis County residents may see a little snow Friday night, but it shouldn’t be more than a few flurries, according to Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave Clippert.
“We are not expected to get any accumulating snow in Pettis County,” Clippert wrote in an email. “May see a few flurries but nothing that will stick. It is going to be colder than we have seen so far this year, gusty winds could give us wind chills down in the teens.”
Clippert noted that the further north residents travel, the higher the chance of snow and the more accumulation that can be expected.