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Dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco:

***cold is king over the next few days…A very dry atmsophere…One front rolls by early thursday morning…Another saturday night…Spot flurries…Still on track for warmer temperatures next week***


A mix of clouds and sun…Windy at times and more cold air
Winds: northwest 15-25 m.P.H.
High: 29 degrees

Thursday night:

Clear skies and cold
Winds: northwest 5-10 m.P.H.
Low: 15 degrees.


Partly sunny skies…Still cold
Winds: northwest 5-10 m.P.H.
High: 32 degrees

Near 42 degrees on saturday…Clouds..Spot flurries late saturday night…Cold on sunday…35 degrees

The weather disco:

A very quiet weather over the next few days…Maybe even 8 to 10 days…As the cold and dry flow starts to shut down and a spilt flow takes over from coast to coast…A weak cold front coming by early thursday morning…This is mainly a dry front…The gulf moisture is shut off…But we have the light snow cover…So the front might be able to pick up a touch of moisture so i will keep the idea of a few spotty snow flurries around…Mainly early thursday morning…Don’t worry about it…The front will punch in another shot of cold air from the north…Windy at times of thursday…Another front like this will come by on saturday night. At this point in time no big storms in sight for the middle of the nation…The flow showing some signs of splitting…North and south.

In the longer term…A little warmer the second week of january(next week)…Maybe into part of the third…Then the arctic unloads from the rockies to the east coast…Cold that could head all the way to the gulf and florida…Sometime to set the table with…Just some ideas at this point…A high level warming event set to unfold this week…And that typically translate into a heafty cold push south…12 to 20 days out.

Check out all the maps below: click on links…They will give you a great overview of the weather

Surface map:


National radar:


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Snow maps: