Here comes our next storm system and it is looking more and more like a rain maker for St. Louis as opposed to a snow maker. Clouds Saturday with developing rain showers. Highs in the low to mid 40°s. Rain becomes more widespread overnight but temperatures for most stay above freezing. There may be a rain/snow mix or some sloppy wet snow overnight in Pike County, MO and Scott County, IL, where the colder air will be knocking on the door. Rain chances continue on Sunday. That rain then ends as some wet snow as temperatures drop Sunday afternoon and evening.
Heavy snow accumulation is still likely across far northern Missouri and west-central Illinois with a sharp cut-off in snow totals as you move south. In the FOX 2 viewing area, snow doesn’t look to be a big deal. One inch…maybe two inches along and north of a Wellsville, MO to Hardin, IL to Carlinville, IL line. A dusting to 1/2″ of snow in metro St. Louis. Southern counties won’t see any snow.
Gusty winds Sunday night and we wake up Monday to temperatures in the mid to upper teens. -Angela Hutti @AngWxGrl