ST. LOUIS — During one of the busiest travel times of the year, we'd probably like to avoid a repeat of the snow and frigid weather we saw last week.
That looks to be the case as we're expecting warmer weather and mainly dry weather through much of the week. The exception may come on Thanksgiving Day itself and the day after.
The futurecast this week brings in a system from the southwest that should give us an opportunity for rain showers, especially during the afternoon and evening hours on Thanksgiving Day. Clouds and showers could linger through Friday as well, as temperatures cool down a bit.
After the rain clears away on Friday, the rest of the weekend in St. Louis looks to remain dry with seasonal highs reaching into the 50s.