(KMOV) – A band of rain – and in some parts light snow – moved through the St. Louis area Wednesday morning, but it wasn’t expected to linger for very long, according to News 4 Meteorologist Kent Ehrhardt.
“Don’t be surprised to see a couple snowflakes with drizzle,” Kent said about the morning commute.
But things were predicted to clear up after that, though temperatures will still be well below normal in the mid-50s.
“It should move out quickly and we should be into the sunshine by lunchtime,” said Kent. “…Skies will go from cloudy to mostly sunny for the afternoon.”
Temperatures Wednesday night will drop into the upper-30s with mostly clear conditions.
Thursday is expected to be dry with a chilly start before temperatures rise to the upper-50s or low-60s.
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