After eight days of gray days, who could blame St. Louisans for looking forward to the warmer weather and spring colors that usually accompany Easter Sunday?
Looks like someone forgot to tell you about the winter. And, no, that's not an April Fool's joke.
The National Meteorological Service predicts a high chance of gathering snow in the St. Louis area subway Sunday, which would be a rare sight ̵
Forecasters also say a narrow band of heavy snow that could fall 5 or more inches is possible in the northern half of Missouri and the western parts of Illinois, but it's too early to determine where that band might be.
Even though the snow is expected to be lighter or not on the roads, smooth roads await on the streets when Sunday continues.
For fans of warmer weather (the normal high in St. Louis on Sunday is 62) after a round of possible thunderstorms that begin late Monday afternoon, forecasters expect the highs to reach almost normal levels by the low 60s by Tuesday to return.
If you see the sun, remember this one-day representative on Friday, because the weather forecasts do not expect the clouds to go away until Wednesday.