A winter storm will move through the Midwest Sunday into Monday. The storm will likely produce four to eight inches of snow in some areas. Here's the latest advisories as of Saturday night:
Winter Weather Advisories are in purple and Winter Storm Watches in blue. The watch will be upgraded to a warning or advisory depending on where the heavy snow will fall. Right now there is uncertainty in where the heaviest of the snow does fall, but right now trends are pointing toward the I-70 corridor in Missouri.
Here's a look at the storm Sunday afternoon on the European model:
Snow will be falling for much of the day Sunday and so it may take a while for snow to pile up. Here's a look a the latest snowfall totals from the models.
Here's the latest from the National Weather Service in St. Louis:
To the north of the heavy snow there may be some minor accumulations in southern Iowa and northern Illinois. It will otherwise be cloudy and cold. Here's a look at the high temperatures Sunday:
Beyond that the pattern looks pretty dry for the rest of the week. More on that tomorrow...