Sunday, February 12, 2012
The National Weather Service is reporting a 100 percent possibility for snow Monday.
The National Weather Service-St. Louis has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for tomorrow, Mon., Feb. 13. Light snow is expected after 9 a.m., with an accumulation of one to two inches possible. The high for the day is expected to be about 32 degrees. Later on, more snow is predicted before midnight, with a possibility of freezing drizzle. Ice is not expected to accumulate. This second wave could bring another inch of snow to the area. Monday night's low should be about 27 degrees.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Add photos of your Lake Saint Louis neighborhood!
Stuck at home, I decided to track the developing storm with a series of pictures off my back deck. From the freezing rain Monday to sleet to heavy snow, the storm progressed until the last few flakes this morning — and now, brief glimpses of sunshine Wednesday morning! Please upload pictures of your neighborhood! How did you fare in the storm?
Monday, January 10, 2011
Predictions call for three to six inches of the white stuff to fall Monday evening and into Tuesday.
The National Weather Service expects snow to move in to the area by lunchtime Monday and continue as late as noon Tuesday. Lake Saint Louis Director of Public Works Darren Koestel isn't worried by the predicted three to six inches of snow. "Our crews are already out, putting down brine to pre-treat the roads," Koestel said. "It's not going to come down terribly fast. We should be able to handle that easily." Koestel said that plow crews would be working twelve-hour shifts, 24 hours a day for the duration of the snow storm. "We have plenty of salt," he said.