Quick dusting of snow hits St. Louis area as brutal temps remain

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by KMOV.com staff

KMOV.com

Posted on January 17, 2014 at 6:44 AM

Updated Friday, Jan 17 at 9:59 AM

(KMOV.com) – The St. Louis area got another dusting of snow on Friday, but it paled in comparison to anything the region has seen over the past couple weeks.

Temperatures were in the mid-teens early Friday, with wind chills near 0.

“It’s going to be cold and breezy with flurries or light snow showers,” said News 4 Meteorologist Matt Chambers. “A quick dusting of snow is possible, but generally little to no accumulation expected.”

Temperatures remain below the freezing mark, with highs expected to be around 23 degrees. The wind chills will make it feel more like 5 to 10.

The area will get a brief clearing late Friday as temps drop to 17 degrees.

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We will finally get above the freezing mark on Saturday, which will see about a high of 41 with patchy, light rain expected.

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