ST. LOUIS — Thursday most of the Bi-state received anywhere from 1" of snow to 2.5" of snow. St. Louis Lambert officially had 1.6" of snow Thursday and Thursday night.
Heavy fog for Friday morning with our final round of snow and rain for Friday afternoon and evening.
Additional snow for Friday evening will range from a dusting to 1". Snow comes to an Friday night.
NHL All-Star weekend remains cold in St. Louis with 20s and 30s along with limited sunshine and a few occasional sprinkles and flurries Saturday and Sunday.
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By midday Friday, a few snow or rain showers will move across the region. With temperatures in the mid 30s, little in the way of additional snow accumulation is expected.
During the evening, the last of the rain and snow showers will pass through St. Louis. Roads will likely be damp to wet during this time as well.
After a few late evening flurries, skies will remain cloudy into Saturday for all the NHL All-Star festivities. Highs on Saturday will stay in the 30s and with a little sunshine by Sunday afternoon, highs will climb to near 40°.