Cold, but clear as Missouri continues to dig out from under a massive snowstorm that closed schools, shut down businesses and turned off the power for thousands. The National Weather Service says an artic airmass has settled over much of the state, but sunshine should replace freezing rain, sleet and snow. Expect cold temperatures throughout the state today and even colder tomorrow, before a mild warming trend begins on Monday. The National Weather Service predicts St. Louis will warm up into the 30s today, but that extensive snow cover will prevent temperatures from warming up much in northeast Missouri. A few patchy areas of freezing fog have been observed in southwest Missouri. Springfield and Joplin both check in with 5am temperatures of 11 degrees. Mostly clear skies will see temperatures climb to the 20s in southwest Missouri before sinking into record low, single digit temperatures tonight for those areas covered in a blanket of snow. Kansas City, which took the brunt of the freezing rain when the storm first hit the state, escaped much of the snowstorm that followed. The Weather Service forecasts partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower 30s for Kansas City today. Temperatures will plunge tonight before hitting the upper 20s on Sunday