Damaging winds reek havoc on St. Louis region

Damaging winds reek havoc on St. Louis region

Damaging winds reek havoc on St. Louis region

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Click here for a full detailed forecast. The storm moved out of the area quickly, but non-thunderstorm wind gusts to 50-plus mph are expected ito linger into the evening. The St. Louis area is under a wind advisory until 12 a.m. “Tie down or bring in those loose objects or garbage cans,” Templeton said. “Travel will be tough on north-south roads due to the cross wind.” Temperatures Thursday reached a high of about 65. The almost spring-like conditions turned much colder by evening, as temperatures dropped into the 40s by about 6 p.m. “Winds will make it feel even colder,” said Templeton. Friday’s high temperature will be around 51 degrees. Temperatures Saturday will be in the low 40s.  Here are a number of links to help you prepare and track the system: For up-to-date information on power outages visit the Ameren Missouri or Ameren Illinois outage maps. Click here for the KMOV.com Storm Mode page with the latest weather condition updates. Click here to upload your storm photos and video or e-mail photos to website@kmov.com.  Log on to our Facebook page and tell us what the weather is doing where you are. During weather events, the News 4 Meteorologists are constantly updating our KMOVWeather Twitter feed. The very latest watches and warnings are automatically posted to this feed.  You can view the feed below. You can also stay aware of any weather threat with radar and forecast updates by downloading the KMOV mobile app!">