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Dave Murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco…For Wednesday…October 30, 2013.

*** A Spring-like day on Wednesday and into Thursday but its also a rather unsettled weather pattern with a big slow moving weather system coming in from the west…the seasonal shift in weather action is taking place.***

My STL winter forecast will be out Thursday…November 21st…9PM…Our winter Stormfest…Saturday November 9th at 11am


Lots of clouds and warm with some rain and small thunderstorms
Winds: South 5-15 m.p.h.
High: 75 degrees.

Wednesday night:

Clouds with re-developing rian and storms…some strong late night
Winds: South 5-15 m.p.h.
Low: 65 degrees.


Rain and storms in the morning and early afternoon…then windy and colder diring the afternoon
Winds: South/West 15-35 m.p.h.
High: 69 degrees dropping in the afternoon

Quiet and cool to chilly..Friday and over the weekend…Halloween evening looks dry…the rain and storms should be gone by then


A solid seasonal shift in the weather patterns taking place as the national weather pattern becomes more active…very common for this time of year…really right on schedule…we will be wet, stormy and unsettled Wednesday and Thursday…then a cool break with more wet and unsettled weather digging back in next week. The big bowling ball west to east storm systems are coming alive.
The best shot for some strong…even severe storms will be Wednesday night into Thgursday morning as the second season of thunderstorms kicks into gear. Thought it would be a little early this yearand that is working out…lets watch the sky and be alert. The rain and storms out Thursday morning and slightly cooler air pushes in…but not cold…temperatures back to average by the weekend…the weekend looking dry right now.
The leaves are turning quickly now along with a solid leaf drop…best viewing will be the next 2 weeks…but rain will hurt the colors with the drop

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