Snow in the forecast for this weekend

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – There will be a little low pressure rolling through the zonal flow this weekend. This will bring more cold and there will be some snow. Snow amounts will be limited. More Arctic cold will start Sunday night and last into early next week.

The zonal flow is in place with signs of a little split flow trying to pull together. This will be a limited moisture pattern for us. However, there will be little impulses of low pressure ripping through the west to east flow and each one will pop some light snow and flurries. Any snow we see this weekend should be a dry snow. Think Rockey Mountain type snow.

A fast round of snow and flurries into Saturday morning, maybe a dusting in spots. Not much going on during the bulk of the day on Saturday. Then another waves slides by running with a new arctic cold front Sunday morning and early Sunday afternoon. This may have a touch more moisture to work with, maybe enough for an inch or two of dry snow. With that front, more deep cold for Sunday night.

Watch for my Spring forecast on Thursday night, February 20th .at 9pm on Fox 2. It will be online later that night.



Lots of clouds and cold...a little light snow and flurries...mainly early morning
Winds: Southeast 10-15 m.p.h.
High: 29 degrees.

Saturday night:

Lots of clouds and cold
Winds: West 5-10 m.p.h.
Low: 19 degrees.


Lots of clouds with light snow...especially in the morning and early afternoon
Winds: West to northwest 10-15 m.p.h.
High: 25 degrees...dropping temps mid to late afternoon

Quiet and more deep cold for Monday and Tuesday...a little warmer by Thursday and Friday of next week

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