ST. LOUIS — The winter weather advisories in the St. Louis have all expired as temperatures climbed above freezing Sunday afternoon. 

The warmer temperatures into the afternoon will help melt icy spots on roadways, but elevated areas such as bridges, ramps, and sidewalks could still be slick. Use caution if you're planning to be out before noon.

Precipitation comes to an end this evening, and we'll have clouds overnight into Monday morning.

For the latest forecast, click here.

RELATED: Live traffic map

5 On Your Side news app
iPhone | Google Play


Monday is dry ahead of our next wintry system that arrives on Tuesday evening could start as snow at the onset. and has the potential of impacting the evening rush.

RELATED: Live interactive radar