More Winter Weather on the Way
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Another winter storm is moving towards the region and it’s expected to bring a wintry mix with it.
Friday will see increasing clouds with a very slight chance of a little rain mixing with very little snow between 7 and 11 p.m. The chance of precipitation is only 30 percent.
Saturday will be cloudy and chilly, with dry weather through the afternoon. The Mardi Gras parade will be cold but dry. Saturday evening, a mix of sleet and rain will arrive, changing to sleet and freezing rain around midnight.
And there is the possibility of enough ice accumulation to down trees and power lines. Meteorologist Dean Devore tells us it’s going to arrive Saturday night.
“I think it’s a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain and even some plain rain and then colder air is going to really get involved and change that mix eventually over to some snow during the day Sunday and especially into Sunday night,” says Devore.
Sunday will see temperatures in the teens, as well as snow and ice accumulation. Devore says some areas will see 3-6 inches of snow and sleet, with more to the north with up to a half-inch of ice in some areas.
He says roads will be treacherous.
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