A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued until 9PM for much of the bi-state, including metro St. Louis.
Temperatures are hovering in the mid-30s and will eventually fall to near freezing late this afternoon with our second snow of the season approaching for the evening rush.
Scattered snow showers could be intense in isolated areas, producing a dusting to 1" of accumulation in spots. Some areas may see little to no accumulation as this will not be a widespread event. Still, visibility could be very poor between 3-7PM with gusty winds accompanying snow showers.
It’s bitterly cold tonight in the region, with overnight lows in the teens to around 20°F. Skies will clear tonight and winds will be gusty.
With clear skies Saturday morning we will get the coldest weather of the season so far. Temperatures start near 20°F in St. Louis with wind chill temperatures in the teens. Saturday high temperatures will only be in the 30s with mostly sunny skies. Thankfully warmer weather returns for Sunday, despite an increase in clouds.
Expect highs in the 40s for Sunday with no rain or snow. Monday is cloudy with another system, this time located south of St. Louis, bringing snow showers to the region late in the day. Temperatures dip back into the upper 30s on Monday afternoon and low 30s on Tuesday. Tuesday also looks blustery, with drying weather for our region. Temperatures start warming on Wednesday and Thursday of next week into the 30s and 40s for the bi-state. Much of next week will be dry after Monday.