ST. LOUIS — Our winter storm has moved on, but the dangerous cold is here for Tuesday.
Our heaviest snow fell Monday on the Illinois side of the river with upwards of 8-12 inches.
Here are the highest snow totals:
- Kell, Illinois 11.9 inches
- Freeburg, Illinois 9.5 inches
- Murphysboro, Illinois 9 inches
- Marissa, Illinois 8.8 inches
- Collinsville, Illinois 8.5 inches
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St. Louis Lambert International Airport officially had a snowfall total of 7 inches.
The brutal cold also continues through Tuesday morning. With snow on the ground, morning temperatures will be around zero in many areas the next couple of mornings with wind chills below zero.
Here are some tips to keep you, your family and your home safe during these brutally cold conditions.
Useful weather links:
- Utility companies in Missouri warn of outages, price increases due to massive winter demand
- How to stay warm in extreme cold if your power goes out
- 'Do not travel' | St. Louisans urged to stay off the roads due to 'deteriorating' conditions
- It's so cold parts of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers are freezing
- Your photos: Snow in the St. Louis area
- How to make snow ice cream using ingredients in your kitchen