From the looks of the lines at Ted Drewes on Monday evening, it looks as though St. Louis is ready for spring.
Ice on the sidewalks and snow on the steps led to many letter carriers to take a tumble this winter.
There is a possibility that this Spring could bring a lot of severe weather, but local emergency management teams say they’re not taking any extra precautions.
Bad weather has taken a toll on local blood supplies at the Red Cross.
A snowy winter and bitterly cold temperatures have kept home buyers and sellers away from the market at least that’s what local real estate experts are saying.
With all the snow that didn’t come over the weekend, many parents were asking: why wasn’t there school on Monday?
Even as Winter maintains its tight grip on St. Louis, thoughts are turning ahead to the forecast for Spring.
Sleet, snow, extreme cold and it’s just the beginning of March.
Since 1792, the Old Farmer’s Almanac has been predicting the weather and this winter it looks like they’ve got it right.
What had been a Winter Storm Warning has been downgraded to a Winter Storm Advisory.