ST. LOUIS — Snow showers finally became heavy enough to stick to the grass, trees and cars in many areas.
The area had lower visibility at times. Some areas picked up more than 2 inches of snow in Gasconade County and Warren County, while other spots struggled to get an inch.
Here are some photos from around the area:
Since the past three days were near 50 degrees, we didn't have, nor did we expect accumulation on main roads and treated roads. Grassy areas did get covered in snow in many areas.
A Winter Weather Advisory will expire at 9 p.m. around Rolla. The rest of the area the advisory was cancelled.
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Temperatures remained in the low to mid-30s, during the day on Friday, limiting snow accumulation. As temps drop to below freezing overnight, slick spots will likely develop on elevated surfaces, bridges and overpasses.
Flurries will linger on for Saturday morning. Temperatures will stay chilly for the weekend. A bit of sun can be expected by Sunday and for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it will be seasonably chilly with a mix of sun and clouds.