Winter weather advisory tops off cold temps into Monday morning

Print
Email
|

KMOV.com

Posted on January 23, 2011 at 12:35 AM

Updated Monday, Jan 24 at 1:19 AM

(KMOV) -- Another winter storm charged through the St. Louis area on Sunday dumping up to two inches of snow.  The good news from the 4Warn Storm Center is there are not any accumulating snowfalls forecast through next weekend, but the bad news is temperatures will still be below normal, at least through Thursday.

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued through 6 a.m. for areas just south and east of St. Louis for light freezing rain and drizzle possibly mixed with light snow.  A light glazing will cause slick spots and travel could become hazardous, especially on untreated roads.  Less than 0.10 of ice is expected. 
 
Check out the latest forecast

Snow pics

Send us your snow photos!

You can expect roads to be slick as temperatures drop into the teens and lower twenties.  Slick road conditions shut down a portion of eastbound Highway 40 Sunday afternoon.

According to the National Weather Service, the St. Louis area has seen 14.3" of snow in January.  That makes this January the 6th snowiest on record. 

Stay tuned to News 4 and KMOV.com for the latest on the winter weather.

Print
Email
|