Risky cold to follow dusting of snow for St. Louis

Risky cold to follow dusting of snow for St. Louis

High 37. The rain continues through the night before changing back to snow by early Tuesday morning.

Mostly lights amounts of snow are predicted, probably between a coating and a few inches.

The advisory ended around 3 p.m. No accumulation from snow is likely, but expect to see a bit of winter weather starting as early as 7-8 AM tomorrow and lasting through early afternoon. A storm system responsible for yesterday's slick conditions is pulling a mass of Arctic air into the state and dangerously cold wind chills are expected to develop tonight. Once we drop into the 20s Tuesday morning we aren't expected to get above freezing until Friday afternoon.

The rest of the week the chance of flurries is less than 40 per cent, but it will remain cold with temperatures continuing around -17 C. But whatever falls isn't going anywhere overnight as temperatures plunge. Snow showers are possible in the morning, but impactful accumulation appears unlikely at this time.

It went on as scheduled despite temperatures so low that it caused hockey pucks to snap.

Environment Canada is forecasting a low of -16 C Friday night and it will feel like -25 C with the wind chill.

The beginning of the next work week will stay below normal in terms of temperatures.

Friday morning between 2am and 9am, temperatures in the teens below zero with sustained winds 10-20 miles per hour will yield wind chills as low as -35 degrees.

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