ST. LOUIS - The winter villains of Sunday's winter storm have now moved east to cause trouble for Kentucky, Tennessee, and the mid-Atlantic coast, leaving us sunny but very cold.
We'll see clear skies Monday and this evening, with highs in the upper teens and lows in the single digits.
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Fat Tuesday brings us a slightly warmer day, with highs in the upper 20s. Temperatures should stay in the mid to upper 20s through mid-evening, which may be a little help for those coming down for the parade.
A slight chance exists for flurries Ash Wednesday evening that may mix with a few rain showers but this is nothing to be concerned about and happier days arrive after that as we push into the low 40s and low 50s Thursday and Friday respectively.