So you can relive the all-day snow from yesterday, this fun video was brought to us via our Facebook page from fan Scott Rackers. Wondering what the records are for snowfall in St. Louis? Our infographic has the answers.
Updated 9:25 a.m. on Monday, March 25, with details on snow totals for St. Louis region.
The National Weather Service says Lambert St. Louis Airport had a record 24-hour snow fall total of 12.4 inches. At least 100 flights were canceled at Lambert on Sunday. As of 6:15 a.m. Monday, 18 departing flights have been canceled, along with 12 arriving flights.
Updated 12:35 p.m. on Sunday, March 24, with details on snow removal efforts.
Late Sunday night 12.4 inches of snow had accumulated at Lambert International Airport, setting a new record for a March snowfall in St. Louis. The previous record was set 101 years ago, when just over a foot of snow fell on March 24, 1912. The below chart shows the top ten snowfalls in March.