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Threat of freezing ended; Rain, non-severe storms possible on Saturday

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ST. LOUIS – Around lunchtime Saturday, temperatures in the St. Louis was above 32 degrees, ending the danger of freezing rain.

However, there is still a chance for rainfall. More showers and thunderstorms are forecast this afternoon and this evening. Temperatures will stay in the range of 30 to nearly 40 for the rest of the day.

Early Sunday morning between 2-4 a.m., rain will drain out of the area to the southeast and temperatures will begin to drop from west to east.

St. Louis wakes up to temperatures in the 30s but drops below freezing by late afternoon. Sunday afternoon forecast will have strong northwest wind, possibly cold wind in the range of 10-15 degrees.

https://fox2now.com/news/weather/threat-for-icing-ends-chance-for-rain-non-severe-storms-rest-of-saturday/ Threat of freezing ended; Rain, non-severe storms possible on Saturday

Huynh Nguyen

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