St. Louis Weather:
ST. LOUIS – When the St. Louis woke up Thursday morning, the temperature in the digits. The official low in the morning, departing Lambert Airport, was 7, marking the coldest time of the season. We also hit 7 back on January 7, 2022.
But it’s not just about reading thermometers. The northwesterly winds are 10 to 15 mph, with temperatures likely to be between -5 and -10 degrees.
Think this morning is cold? It could be even colder. The record low on January 20th was a total of 25 degrees colder, -18 set in 1985.
The skies were sunny but cold on Thursday with the highest temperatures among teenagers middle-aged and older. Overnight temperatures could be colder, Friday’s wake-up temperature forecast is around 6, but winds will be lighter, meaning cold winds won’t be as cold. The winds turn south on Friday and we should see temperatures rise to close to 30 by afternoon.
AAA is reminding motorists that chilly mornings like these also lead to opportunistic crimes in driveways and parking lots. Thieves are often looking for the emissions of unattended vehicles that owners are heating. Thieves can take your car in seconds.
- Never leave the car unlocked and running to warm up or while stopping for a quick cup of coffee. It only takes a moment for the thief to have a chance to jump inside and drive away.
- Start the engine and just let it idle for as long as you wear your seat belt. This ensures that the lubricating oil reaches all critical engine components. Driving normally and avoiding sharp acceleration will help the engine reach hotter temperatures faster, while also reducing wear and emissions.
- Use anti-theft devices or automatic tracking. If your vehicle was not equipped with a hidden alarm or tracking device at purchase, install one.
- Never leave your keys in your car, either at a gas station or at home.
When the temperature drops, County of St. Louis Shelter Service Opens. They are being offered at the Salvation Army Family Haven at 10740 Pages. Those in need of service can call #211 or the Salvation Army directly at 314-423-7770.
Heat-Up St. Louis, Inc., is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization focused on helping the elderly and disabled in the area as well as low-income, affluent families. Their overdue heating bills in Missouri and Illinois in the St. Louis. If you need help or want to support their cause, please visit heatupstlouis.org.
https://fox2now.com/news/weather/frigid-morning-ties-seasons-coldest-temp-deep-cold-holds-into-friday/ The coldest temperature of the sex season is cold morning, the deep cold lasts until Friday