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Missouri ERA, SNOWFALL IN JANUARY :O!!!!! Are you ready??

Oct 28, 2017
2,540
#2
Reporting from STL. Thankfully when it does arrive here, the brunt will be seen on Saturday and not the traditional work week. Hopefully it's not too much of an ice event, though.
 
Nov 20, 2017
1,858
#3
Looking like <1 inch except in a narrow band. My car seals froze when it was like 20 degrees, so I hope that doesn't happen again.
 
Nov 29, 2017
1,004
#11
Uh I don't seem to remember January snow being all that out of the ordinary, even 6 inches, is this actually going to be something noteworthy?
 
Nov 20, 2017
1,858
#21
My area got upgraded to 5-7 inches. Whelp. Although last time that was supposed to happen, it was more like 2-3 inches.
 
Oct 25, 2017
3,020
#22
Ok made it to Sam's, got supplies so we can survive the weekend.

On a funny note, I got a call from a customer that lives near Wippipeg and had to tell them I was going for supplies before our 6 inches of show hits. They were amused.
 
Oct 27, 2017
2,042
#24
I lived in St. Louis for 15 months and, thankfully, this sort of thing didn't happen when I was there, though we did have like 10 straight days below freezing or something at one point. I'm in Florida now, which is great during the winter.
 
Nov 20, 2017
1,858
#28
Yeah, they upgraded my area up to 6-9 inches of snow. If this underperforms, I'm going to be super disappointed to have back to back blizzards turn out to be not much (aside from the wind).
 
Oct 28, 2017
2,540
#32
Snow won't stop until Saturday night with a foot possible. Just 9 inches would eclipse the snowfall we had all of last season.
The MODOT road and traffic map in St. Louis County is essentially all red with just a multitude of issues and shutdowns. Hope everyone can make it home safely if you're not already.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,854
#34
I work in downtown and noped the fuck out at noon. I'm glad I did because I'm catching up on the news and shit sounds horrendous. Stay safe STL folk
 
Oct 27, 2017
284
#37
KC here — not too bad, but the roads are probably pretty icy under the dusting because of the rain and lack of pre-treatment.
 

Geist

Community Resettler
Avenger
Oct 25, 2017
2,755
#40
Fucking sucks because I'm supposed to be working all weekend and it gets infinitely harder to get to my workplace during weather like this since I don't have a car.