After a weekend in which the first real winter storm of the season hits, the coming week looks to be a roller coaster ride weather-wise in northeast Missouri and western Illinois.

National Weather Service forecasters call for the week to start out warmer, with Monday highs in the mid 30s with a lingering chance of snow flurries.

There's a chance of flurries and perhaps some light snow overnight Monday, with lows dropping back to the mid teens.

The sun will be out Tuesday, but temperatures will hover in the mid teens and the winds will pick up.

After a low of ten above Tuesday night, temperatures will rebound Wednesday through Friday, with highs expected to hit the mid 40s. The chance of rain enters the forecast Thursday night and Friday, with rain and snow possible Friday and snow Saturday.

The coming weekend looks to be a cold one, with highs not expected to get out of the 20s Saturday or Sunday.