The National Weather Service expects tonight's frigid temperatures to plummet to a low of six degrees. Please bring your pets inside!
Better put away those shorts and flip-flops! Less than a week after 60-degree weather had residents thinking about yard work and lawn furniture, Wentzville and the Greater St. Louis area are expected to experience the coldest temperatures yet this year in the overnight hours. According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are forecast to be in the single digits, with a low around 6 degrees, and northwest winds gusts of up to 25 mph—making it feel even colder. The Missouri Department of Public Safety offers the following tips regarding frigid temperatures: Meanwhile, an O'Fallon Patch blogger offers some of these tips to keeping pets safe during winter weather.