(KMOV.com) – The St. Louis area got another round of snow Thursday morning, creating slick road conditions across the region. It continued a winter that’s already seen more snow than all of last year.
The snow started overnight as temperatures lingered in the upper 20s.
“This won’t amount to much, anywhere from a dusting to maybe as much as two inches,” said News 4 Meteorologist Matt Chambers.
The snow was tapered off in St. Louis around 8 a.m
“The problem is, many streets were already covered with some snow,” Chambers said.
Chambers said by the afternoon temperatures will rise to about 44 degrees, with a chance of a sprinkle.
“Cold air and strong winds crash the party and bring another blast of chilly air,” Chambers said.
Later this evening, a couple of flurries are not out of the question as temperatures drop to the teens.
Friday will bring much lower temperatures, with highs in the mid-20s under mostly cloudy conditions.
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