When will St. Louis see its first big snowfall?
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — The first big snowfall is hard to predict says National Weather Service Meteorologist, Jim Kramper.
But this might ease your mind, he says the weather outlook for the next thirty days is, “not too exciting.”
For those who lost power in the ice storms or drove through any St. Louis snow storm. You might want clarity on that statement.
“We’re kind of in that blah area,” says Kramper. “We’re not really expecting anything above or below normal for temperature or for precipitation.”
Kramper says that’s not to unusual because La Nina is kicking in.
The average high in December is 42 degrees and the low is 27 according to the weather channel.
The coldest month in the St. Louis area is January with an average low of 21 degrees.
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