(KMOV) – Another round of snow is expected to his the St. Louis area Friday night. But it won’t stick around for long, according to News 4 Meteorologist Kent Ehrhardt.
Friday’s temperatures started in the single digits but were forecasted to reach a high of about 37 degrees by 3 p.m. with partly cloudy conditions.
Temperatures will drop as the day continues and snow is expected to hit the region around midnight.
“A quick hit of snow tonight, just a dusting in and around the St. Louis Metro area and most of the Metro East,” said Ehrhardt.
Some areas north and east of St. Louis could get up to a half-inch.
“But a lot of that, if not all of that, will melt on Saturday because temperatures get above freezing again,” Ehrhardt said.
Temperatures on Saturday will reach about 36 degrees. Sunday will be much warmer as the high is projected to get above the 50-degree mark before dropping to the teens to begin the work week.
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