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Dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco…Thursday…March 21, 2013:

***the winter chill stays in place even with a fair share of sunshine…We are on the edge of a major snow storm…Not for us…But gets the ozarks with 6+ inches of snow***


Partly sunny skies and cold…Some increase in clouds late in the day
Winds: north 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 39 degrees

Thursday night:

Clouds with some light snow and flurries…Dry air really wins
Winds: east 5-10 m.P.H.
Low: 25 degrees.


Mostly cloudy skies…Still cold…Some snow flurries at times
Winds: north 10-15 m.P.H.
High: 42 degrees

Unsettled over the weekend…With a solid shot of rain and snow…Late saturday night and sunday

The weather disco:

A fast and unsettled flow in place over the u.S. And we are right in the middle of it…As winter hangs on and will be slow to let go…Quiet thursday…A strong impulse of energy kicks by late thursday and thursday night…Limited moisture here in stl land…Some light snow and flurries…But a major snow for the ozarks and into south/central mo…Maybe down to the bootheal…Some stops could see 10 inches of snow…The southwest edge of the viewing area…Rolla, cuba to farmington and park hills and ironton…Will be on the edeg of this system. Friday and saturday will be rather quiet…But still dealing with an unsettled pattern…I can’t rule out some light rain and snow in this streach…But thinking moisture will be limited…More clouds and chilly to cold than anything else….Then a strong system in play for saturday night and sunday…Solutions are all over the place…I can show you a half dozen solutions that say snow and the same amount that say rain…That’s not good…So we have to leave it alone at this point…Just too early to make a call…We have to get this system to pull together and go from there…Plenty of time to watch…But something will happen sunday and folks in the viewing area will see a heavy moisture pattern. Just dancing around it right now…Anything else is a wild guess…Not into that…So lets hang for another 24 hours.
Check out all the maps below: click on links…They will give you a great overview of the weather

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