Parts of Missouri Could Get Hit with ‘Significant’ Snow Midweek
Be aware that weather midweek could become interesting for many parts of Missouri and also some parts of Illinois as a storm system will be moving through the Midwest with "significant" snow possible.
The National Weather Service out of St. Louis is warning that snow is likely to fall in beginning Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Here's the most up-to-date statement by the National Weather Service. It's important to note there is uncertainty what the track of this storm will be which could greatly affect how much snow falls in the northern part of the state in the Hannibal/Quincy area.
Sunday night on their Facebook page, the National Weather Service shared a status showing the percentage chance that each area will see 4 or more inches of snow.
It looks as of this writing that 2 to 3 inches can be expected in the Hannibal/Quincy area with parts of southern Missouri seeing as much as a foot based on the most recent models. St. Louis could see up to 7 inches, but it all depends on the track and the timing of the storm.
This will be a storm to keep an eye on beginning late Tuesday when the National Weather Service will be able to provide more accurate predictions as far as how impactful this winter storm will be.