St. Louis Gets Lucky This Time — Weather Stays Away

Area gets a break after debacle on the roads two weeks ago.


Illegal Aliens Repatriated By US Immigration And Customs Enforcement

Feds Round Up “Criminal Aliens” Here and Nationwide

Federal officials say those arrested have already been convicted of crimes.


Workers attempt to clear debris and wrecked cars where an accident involving 20 cars resulted in a pileup on Highway 64/40 during rush hour in St. Louis on February 23, 2011. Early morning freezing rain caught Missouri Department of Transportation officials off guard resulting in an accident that closed the highway, sending 21 people to area hospitals with one person in critical condition. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Ice Surprises Motorists, Meteorologists and Road Crews

Forecasters didn’t see it coming so road crews weren’t prepared



Melting the Ice

Weekend highs expected to reach 50’s.


Bob Jackson uses an ice scraper to clean his car windows as a steady sleet falls in St. Louis on February 1, 2011. (UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

Drivers Dodging Flying Ice Debris

There’s a new reason to scrape all that ice off your car.



St. Louis County Man Dies After Falling Into Icy Water

Man walking his dog dies after slipping and falling.


KMOX/Brian Kelly

I-70 Open, Conditions Less Than Ideal

MoDOT makes I-70 clearing #1 priority, but could be midday before it reopens.


Bob Jackson uses an ice scraper to clean his car windows as a steady sleet falls in St. Louis on February 1, 2011.  St. Louis is bracing for 10-12 inches of snow following two days of sleet and rain. Officials are expecting winter blizzard conditions after a state of emergency has been declared by the Governor of Missouri.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

UPDATE: Winter Storm Blasts Missouri With Heavy Snow, Ice

Potentially the worst winter storm to hit Missouri in decades hammered away on Tuesday, dumping more than a foot of snow while delivering freezing rain, blustering winds and dangerously cold temperatures.


KMOX/Jessica Sneed

Winter Storm Update: What Happens Next?

Get out those shovels, but don’t expect to see pavement just yet. Snow will continue to fall this evening and overnight.


Last map update: Tue, Feb. 1, 2011 at 6:09:42 am CST

UPDATE: Blizzard Warning Issued For St. Louis

A Blizzard Warning has been issued for the St. Louis area until noon on Wednesday. Ten to twenty inches of snow is expected.





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