Watching the weekend snow chance

Elias Hubbard
December 7, 2017

Some accumulation is most likely over southeastern areas.

The winds, combined with the cold air will mean wind chills in the teens and 20s at times throughout the next several days. There were some wind gusts however between 30 and 40 miles per hour. High in the upper 30s. If it is going to snow, the timing is from Saturday afternoon through the first part of Saturday night. As highs reach to the lower 40s, the "feels like" temperature will be in the mid 30s.

Tomorrow any high clouds from last night will continue moving out and/or dissipating through the day giving way to a mostly sunny day and highs in the low-mid 40s. The atmosphere is cold enough to support snow, and if the moisture coming up the coast creeps far enough to the west (20 percent chance), a few conversational flakes could flutter into the area later in the afternoon. Morning lows will slowly warm through cold 20s.

Less than an inch of snow is likely Saturday.

Friday highs in the lower 30s and upper 20s with late snow showers that linger through the Saturday. That blast of cold air looks even colder than what will settle in for the weekend.

Saturday: A few rain or snow showers possible.

After a windy Wednesday, breezy conditions are expected to stick around into the weekend.

A clipper will sweep by to the northeast on Wednesday. So there's a chance of some rain and snow in the midweek forecast to account for this possibility, although remember no major storms are in sight. This could spread some light rain and snow along its track, although it's still unclear as to the track this feature will take, and if any coastal redevelopment can occur to enhance the rain and snow just a bit. On that day, St.Louis had a morning low of 16 and a high of 40. Regardless, the cold pattern keeps chugging right along through next week.

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