ST. LOUIS — With colder air in place Wednesday, another system brought snow to the St. Louis area. Many accumulation reports have been around 2 inches. Below are some of the snow totals as of late afternoon Wednesday.
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As the snow is tapering off, Winter weather advisories have expired except for Jefferson County, Illinois, for the Mount Vernon area. The advisory continues until 10 p.m.
While the majority of the area had around 2 inches of snow, there are some localized areas with nearly 3 inches. Waterloo, Illinois, is reporting a snow total of 3 inches. Southwest portions of the viewing area around Steelville, Missouri are reporting about 2.8 inches.
With the winding country roads and hilly terrain, any slick spots can quickly cause problems on untreated roads. Lows Wednesday drop into the teens. Expect refreezing and slick areas in the morning. The graphic below shows the lows forecasted by Thursday morning.
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It's been a bit of a snow drought around St. Louis so far this year. The meager amounts of snow we have seen so far have totaled just 1 inch as of Jan. 25. That's nearly 9 inches below the 30-year average.