ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - A little bit of snow, a whole lot of wind and temperatures dropping into the teens made for a morning commute that was memorable for all the wrong reasons. Tonight, winds will drop off and wind chills will be less of a factor, but it'll still be just flat cold, with lows in the low to mid single digits.
Wednesday, we'll warm into the 30s but it will be windy again, and then another surge of arctic air arrives tomorrow night, leaving some areas flirting with zero and keeping highs Thursday from getting out of the low teens. With strong winds yet again, wind chills Thursday will run between -5 to -15.
As it stands now there really isn't much coming in the way of precipitation beyond flurries tonight, with highs Friday in the mid 30s and Saturday and Sunday near 40.