Snow on the way out, cold with rain Monday afternoon

High temperatures Monday will reach the low 40s, and winds shift to the northwest, bringing in colder air for Monday night.

The back edge of accumulating snow is pushing east out of the 5 On Your Side viewing area, with lingering spotty showers and flurries possible through the afternoon and evening.

Most areas picked up between 1-2" overnight into this morning, with the highest totals recorded around St. Louis and the metro east. Here's a list of the reports compiled so far: 

The Hill- St. Louis: 2.5"
Highland, IL: 2.5"
High Ridge, MO: 2.2"
St. Jacob, IL: 2.2"
Crestwood, MO: 2.1"
Kirkwood, MO: 2"
Chesterfield, MO: 2"
Warson Woods- St. Louis: 2"
Carondelet, IL: 2"
Eureka, MO; 1.9"
Harvester, MO: 1.9"
Greenfield, IL: 1.8"
Fenton, MO: 1.8"
Weldon Spring, MO: 1.6"
Ramsey, IL: 1.6"
Des Peres, MO: 1.6"
Godfrey, IL: 1.6"
Ballwin, MO: 1.5"
Hematite, MO: 1.5"
Viburnum, MO: 1.5"
White Hall, IL: 1.5"
Marine, IL: 1.5"
Edwardsville, IL: 1.5"
Webster Groves, MO: 1.5"
Union, MO: 1.4"
Jerseyville, IL: 1.3"
Hazelwood, MO: 1.3"
St. Peters, MO: 1.3"
Mt. Vernon, IL: 1.2"
Lonedell, MO: 1.1"
Potosi, MO: 1.1"
Medora, IL: 1.1"
Nashville, IL: 1"
Aviston, IL: 1"
Okawville, IL: 1"
Sullivan, MO: 0.9"
St. James, MO: 0.8"
Lecoma, MO: 0.7"
Farmington, MO: 0.5"

Temperatures reach the upper 30s and low 40s this afternoon, allowing most accumulation on grassy surfaces to melt. Roads will still be wet on the way home from work tonight, with leftover light showers transitioning into flurries this evening. No additional accumulation is expected.

Though temperatures overnight will fall into the upper 20s, road temperatures are still above freezing, so significant icing or refreezing is not expected. Some untreated or elevated areas might be slick throughout the overnight hours into Tuesday morning.

 

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