ST. LOUIS — Sleet and snow will begin Wednesday in the late morning and eventually transition to all rain very quickly. 

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St. Louis will see mostly rain through the day as temperatures hover in the middle 30s. 

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Steady, cold rain will continue through the evening before there’s a quick change-over to sleet and snow as the system moves away.

Feb. 12 forecast
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Wednesday night into Thursday morning, light snow will fall across the area, but only a dusting to 1 inch of snow is expected in St. Louis metro.

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1-3 inches of snow are possible across Pike, Lincoln, and Montgomery counties in Missouri and in Calhoun and Greene counties in Illinois.

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Snow should come to an end early Thursday morning with very cold temperatures.

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On Thursday morning, expect teens and by the afternoon highs only top out near 30. Friday morning is even colder with single digits.

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