Weather Alert

Winter Storm Could Be “The Biggest In A Few Years” Says NWS

(St. Louis) There is a winter storm watch that goes into effect tomorrow night at 6 for the Regional Radio listening area. NWS St. Louis Meteorologist Kevin Deitsch says road conditions will be less than ideal.

Deitsch says that they are still unsure what kind of accumulation will occur along I-44 due to varying precipitation types.

Areas closer to the St. Louis Metro, like northern Jefferson and parts of northern Washington and Crawford counties, could see 4-to-8 inches of snow. The rest of the J98 listening area could see anywhere from 2-to-6 inches over the winter storm. But what about ice? Deitsch says Southeast Missouri could see the worst of it.

Snow should end on Thursday, but temperatures won’t aid in melting until Sunday.


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