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dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco…Monday march 25, 2013:

***light snow and flurries for much of the day on monday…Then the system will shut down…Quiet the bulk of the week after that…But the northwest flow and the solid snow cover will keep temps below average***


Clouds, breezy with periods of light snow and flurries…Maybe another inch
Winds: northwest 15-25 m.P.H.
High: 34 degrees

Monday night:

Clouds, breezy and few evening flurries..Cold
Winds: northwest 5-15 m.P.H.
Low: 25 degrees.


Mostly cloudy…Still cold
Winds: northwest 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 36 degrees

Quiet on wednesday and thursday…A few rain showers on friday…Limited

The weather disco:

Okay…Snow bunnies…Everyone happy now?? A very impressure snow…March brings our big once and this held true to form…A heavy wet snow…Very tough to shovel but great for snowballs and snowmen and plenty to build with. The biggest snow in many years around the region. We are seeing a secondary low pressure get mixed into the parent low pressure on monday and that will keep light snow and flurries going into monday evening..Maybe a new inch to add to the numbers…General snow by the time its all done 8 to 11 inches around stl and points north..Less working south over the viewing area. The rest of the week is quiet…Not much going on..The atmsophee has to take a break after a storm like this…A storm that fizzles as it moves easy. The main feature to watch…Is the snow cover effect on temperatures(the models will not pick this up) but we stay cold day and esepcaiily at night for the next several days…A very cold night on tuesday into wednesday morning with skies clearing out. Have fun out there…Be safe

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