ST. LOUIS – It is a busy travel week and the weather is not cooperating. Big snow is expected Tuesday for the Great Plains and Upper Mississippi River basin. For the Midwest and the South, there’s a chance for severe weather Tuesday evening.
For St. Louis, fast-moving strong to severe storms are expected to develop late Tuesday evening and race through the area by 2:00am Wednesday. High winds, hail, and even a tornado are all possible. Following the storms, it will be very windy overnight into Wednesday with westerly winds gusting to 40-50 mph at times! Wednesday will be partly cloudy and much colder with temperatures in the 40s.
**Expect strong to severe storms Tuesday evening**
Fast moving thunderstorms move across the region, between 5pm and 2am. High winds, hail, and even a tornado are all possible. Prime time for metro STL is between 7-11p. Behind the storms, it will be VERY windy overnight. #stlwx pic.twitter.com/Y8lRwRKsgx
— Angela Hutti (@AngWxGrl) November 26, 2019
Southwest to west winds are expected to increase late tonight and continue into Wednesday. Sustained winds of 30 mph and gusts to 50-55 mph are expected for several hours during this time. Use the time now to secure or bring in loose outdoor objects. #STLwx #MOwx #ILwx #MidMOwx pic.twitter.com/AAEtZPeTi9
— NWS St. Louis (@NWSStLouis) November 26, 2019
— NWS SPC (@NWSSPC) November 26, 2019