Here comes our next snow maker for yet another weekend!  We’re all in the clear tonight with dry conditions but very cold temperatures once again as lows drop to near 10º under mostly cloudy sky.  Clouds continue to fill in tomorrow with a few snow showers possible by mid-afternoon and more widespread snow moving in tomorrow night.  Highs tomorrow are in the low 30s, so accumulation should occur near the onset of snow.  As temperatures try to climb a bit more Sunday, snow transitions to some sleet/freezing rain across the southern third of viewing area south of I-44.  This lends to the lowest snow totals to our south with mainly an all snow event appearing likely north of I-70.  The current thinking is that there is a range from 1-6″ of snow with lowest amounts to our southeast and highest amounts to our northern fringe for places like Pike County.  Metro STL falls in the middle range around 3″ give or take.  Showers diminish by Sunday evening before another round of wet weather moves in for Monday night.  This sets us up for a big rain event with even t’storms possible by Tuesday.  The roller coaster continues.
-Anne Elise Parks, @anneeliseparks