The immediate St. Louis City and St. Louis County area should see another 1 to 3 inches of snow today.
A deadly pre-Thanksgiving winter storm that is freezing out Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas might sound a world away, but if you’re traveling this holiday week — you need to pay attention.
Mayor says snow removal crews need all vehicles removed from city streets.
Crews are working 12-hour shifts clearing snow from roadways.
Best advice is to stay home, Sunday, unless travel is absolutely necessary.
Meteorologists are predicting rain to turn to snow early Sunday, with 8 to 12 inches snow accumulation possible during “second wave” later Sunday.
The storm on Thursday dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas of northern and western Missouri, and Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency.
NWS meteorologist says to expect 2-4 inch accumulation.
The ELAP, or the Emergency Livestock Assistance Program, is aimed at reimbursing farmers for extra expenses.
City’s street clearing effort already adds up to a half-million dollars