Frigid temps in St. Louis area to continue through Wednesday mor -

Frigid temps in St. Louis area to continue through Wednesday morning

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By Brendan Marks By Brendan Marks
By Brendan Marks By Brendan Marks

(KMOV) – Temperatures in the St. Louis area will feel below the freezing mark through Wednesday morning, according to the 4Warn Weather Team.

Temperatures Tuesday morning started off in the low 20s, but wind chills had them feeling more like in the teens. It was the lowest temperatures had reached since March, according to Meteorologist Kent Ehrhardt.

It’s going to be a sunny day, but that won’t bring much warmer weather. Temperatures by the afternoon will rise to a high of 37, though wind chills will be in the 20s.

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“Winds are going to gust up to 25 mph at times, and that’s going to take us to the afternoon,” said Kristen Cornett.

Temperatures will again start dropping by about 3 p.m., reaching about 20 degrees near St. Louis by Tuesday night. Temperatures in the outlying areas will dip into the teens.

Looking ahead, Wednesday morning will see temperatures in the low 20s, though the wind chill will not be as much a factor.

The weather will warm up as the day goes on, with temperatures expected to reach the mid-40s.

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