ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Spotty light snow will be limited tonight, we don't expect much if any accumulation in the St. Louis metro. The better chance for seeing an 1/2" or less is our southern viewing area including Reynolds and Iron Counties.
It will turn colder and breezy and temperatures fall below freezing late evening and tonight.
Then we bottom out in the mid to low 20s. Our record low from 2007 is 23.
Expect a chilly but dry and sunny Saturday with a high of 45.
Sunday will be dry in the morning. By late afternoon and evening we have a chance of rain or rain/snow mix, but again not expecting any accumulation in St. Louis as we remain above freezing. However, that storm system is still over the Pacific ocean and we'll have better forecast data when it arrives over land. So stay tuned for updates in case that forecast shifts.