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St. Louis Weather:

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – There is a little snow in the forecast Friday night into Saturday. It looks like it will start with a mix of rain and snow Friday evening and then change to all snow after midnight.

Snow will gradually taper off from north to south early Saturday afternoon, with a chance of 2 to 4 inches accumulating around metro St. Louis. There are some hints that there could be an isolated 5 inches, but that is pretty spotty. 

Here’s a look at the probability of meeting or exceeding 2 to 4 inches.

Current trends show a good portion of the viewing area has a 50-60% chance of getting 2 or more inches. However, when you increase that threshold to 4+ inches the probabilities go way down.

There are still many twists and turns possible for this system, and maybe even surprises.

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The core energy is still just off the Canadian coast and has not been fully sampled by the observing network. That will happen tomorrow and give us a more solid look at both where this system will track and how much moisture it may bring with it.