Suchan Says: Big Storm Stays East of Us

A large, strong area of low pressure is now moving northeast heading toward the Great Lakes.  It has already produced a wicked severe weather day in the Deep South and will begin to produce heavy wet snow along the northwestern side of the low as it moves northeast.


Big storm stays well east of our area Wednesday. Moderate to heavy snow possible in St. Louis

All we’ll see is patchy morning cloudiness, blustery winds with temperatures near 30 degrees.  It will feel like it’s in the teens to lower 20s when you factor in the gusty wind.  Accumulating snow will stay well east of our area closer to St. Louis.

Skies will trend toward becoming partly sunny later in the afternoon but high temperatures will only reach the mid 40s.

Thursday looks mostly cloudy and windy with highs struggling into the lower 40s.  Friday starts in the mid 20s with very light winds and is followed by afternoon warming into the lower 50s.

The weekend still looks outstanding!  Sunshine on Saturday with a cold start in the 30s.  Afternoon temperatures will warm to 66 – 71 around the area.  Sunday stays in the mid 60s before a cold front punches in by the evening.

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist

Twitter:  @ChrisSuchanKCTV


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