Overnight flurries brings light accumulation to News 4 viewing area

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by KMOV.com Staff

KMOV.com

Posted on March 1, 2013 at 7:36 AM

Updated Friday, Mar 1 at 12:48 PM

(KMOV) – Another round of winter weather hits the St. Louis area. At least an inch of snow fell overnight in some areas with flurries expected to fall Friday into the evening.

“We'll be dealing with some flurries and some snow showers today,” News 4 Meteorologist Kent Ehrhardt said. “If we get anything on grass in St. Louis, I'm thinking around an inch or less, but it may just be several rounds of flurries.”

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The trend is expected to continue throughout the rest of day with Friday's high at 35 degrees. Areas such as Pacific and Eureka experienced icy patches on the roadways.

Saturday brings wind chills in the low teens with temps well below the normal high of 50.

Don’t expect to see much sun in the coming weekend as the clouds will keep the News 4 viewing area covered until Monday.

Snow is not expected through the rest of the weekend as the cold wind will play a bigger part.

Below you'll find a number of links that will help you and others track the storms:

Click here for the KMOV.com Storm Mode page with the latest weather condition updates.

Click here to upload your storm photos and video or e-mail photos to website@kmov.com. 

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