ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A Winter Weather Advisory has been extended in the St. Louis-area until 9:00 a.m. Monday. Mainly rain or drizzle will continue throughout the morning with only very isolated areas of light glaze possible on elevated untreated surfaces.
However, during the morning commute temperatures will be near freezing and perhaps slightly below freezing in spots. This means we may see some icy conditions develop. Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton says it will be a close call for the morning drive as it could be either wet or icy on some bridges and overpasses if the cold air arrives early.
Also, a final round of light moisture moves through in the morning and may turn from light rain to light sleet/snow. The light wintry mix will end Monday morning. Areas north of the St. Louis metro have a better chance for seeing patches of icing and possibly some minor snow accumulation as colder air arrives there first.
There will be little to no accumulation in the metro, but the temperatures may fall a degree or two causing slick spots to develop.
The high Monday is expected to be 32 with partly cloudy skies and breezy with winds around 10-20 miles per hour and possible gusts up to 25.
The Winter Weather Advisory was originally set to to expire at 6:00 a.m. Monday morning.
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