Weekend snow won’t stick around for long, thanks to a warming trend that starts off the workweek.
The high will be 42 across the metro-east Monday, according to the National Weather Service. That’s three degrees cooler than the average high temperature of 45 for Feb. 15 in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
But it’s 12 degrees warmer than high of 30 recorded on Sunday, when a snowstorm caused a numerous accidents across the region.
Skies will be foggy in the morning turning to mostly cloudy as the day goes on.
It will be mostly cloudy overnight with a low of 29.
There is a 70 percent chance of snow or rain early Tuesday morning. By 9 a.m. the temperature will be warm enough that any precipitation will be in the form of rain. The high Tuesday will be 43.
Tuesday night, the low will drop to 28 and skies are expected to be mostly cloudy.
Skies will be partly sunny Wednesday with a high of 48.
Wednesday night, skies will be partly cloudy with a low of 30.
It will be much warmer later in the week with a high of 58 expected Thursday and a high of 69 predicted for Friday.