It's been a busy morning here in the Storm Center. I've been providing live coverage on the air at the top and bottom of every hour. So far it's all going about as planned. Marginal freezing conditions in St. Louis but as you travel west and north of town things get bad fast.
Several reports of accidents along I-70 and I-270. Boone and Clark bridges are slick and I-64 in the Gumbo Flats (Chesterfield Valley) is tricky. Temperatures are going to be at or near the freezing mark the rest of the day so those that have rain will probably remain as rain and the ice will continue to accummulate elsewhere.
Right now I'm in the process of running the latest version of the Super Predictor computer model to get a handle on the rest of the day and perhaps more importantly the Monday morning commute. There's a Winter Storm Watch in effect for Monday so things could get worse again tonight and we may see some freezing in those areas that are only getting rain right now. You can get a look at SkyTracker Doppler Radar, school closings and updated weather advisories here on the web site and we'll be working all day here in the Weather Center to keep you up to date.