ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The National Weather Service reports we may see more wintry weather by the end of this week.
A storm appears to be heading towards St. Louis with the potential to bring rain or snow. The type of precipitation depends on whether the system takes a northern or southern path.
The weather should be dry Monday through Wednesday with temperatures below or near normal. There is a chance for some light rain Wednesday night and early Thursday.
There's the potential for a large snow storm on Friday night into Saturday. However, the energy for this system is over the Aleutian Islands in the Pacific Ocean, meaning it's very far away.
The early outlook calls for rain Friday night changing to snow Saturday before much colder air moves in.
There is still a lot of time for the forecast to change. Stay tuned for more updates.