A relatively warm December is coming to an end, and the weather is taking a turn for the cold. As a result, St. Louis officials are opening the city’s emergency shelter for the homeless.
MoDOT doesn’t expect heavy accumulation, but the plows are ready for whatever.
Heavy snow and plunging temperatures are expected to hit the Upper Midwest this week, dropping as much as a foot of snow on the region and pushing temperatures down by as much as 40 degrees overnight.
Missouri Department of Transportation crews are firing up their snowplows today, but there’s no need to panic.
This year, the St. Louis Streets Department has spent twice what it usually does for a typical winter.
MoDOT suggests making arrangements to miss work on Monday morning.
Please go out and eat! That’s the cry from many restaurants in Missouri losing millions every time snow and bitter cold weather blanket the region.
Missouri education department says classes could extend into summer.
A Southwest Airlines jet arriving from Denver got stuck in a snow bank at Kansas City International Airport.
Jefferson City business could be back to near normal on Wednesday.