What a difference a day makes: Wednesday people across Missouri wore light jackets and walked slowly to their cars basking in the spring-like weather.
In preparation for this season’s first winter storm Ameren Missouri opened its Emergency Operations Center Wednesday evening.
National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Kramper said the timing of this season’s first winter storm will hit when most of us are trying to get home.
Sleet, snow and ice hitting St. Louis has kept more than 138 arriving flights and 128 departing airplanes on the ground today.
“It’s just a tough call. At this point we’re talking about snow north of I-70 and ice south of I-70, ” Fort Zumwalt School Superintendent Dr. Bernard Dubray said.
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