National Weather Service
Even as Winter maintains its tight grip on St. Louis, thoughts are turning ahead to the forecast for Spring.
A National Weather Service Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for the St. Louis area until 6:00 a.m. on Monday.
With the abundance of snow we’ve experienced over this long winter, is there a potential for spring flooding this year? One local weather expert is revealing his spring outlook with an eye on the potential for flooding.
So as a bone-chilling January finally draws to a close, we can rest assured that it set a record. Right? Not exactly.
Scott Truett, senior forecaster with the National Weather Service, said it dropped to 8-below zero at Lambert Airport Monday morning. The last time that happen was in early February of 1996.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the St. Louis area.
If you haven’t already, it’s definitely time to batten down the hatches, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Wes Browning.
The nostalgia-free analysts at the National Weather Service say there’s about a 20 percent chance of significant snowfall.
The eastern part of the state will see the most rain. Carney said up to 4 inches of rain is possible Friday through Saturday night.
The immediate St. Louis City and St. Louis County area should see another 1 to 3 inches of snow today.