St. Louis Weather Conditions @ St. Louis Lambert International Airport and Air Quality Index for St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, MO/October 11, 2017 (STL.News) St. Louis weather conditions @ St. Louis Lambert International Airport at 4:51 a.m at Latitude: 38.75°N, Longitude: 90.37°W – Elevation 604 feet reported by the National Weather Service.
St. Louis Weather Conditions, Extended Forecast & Air Quality Index
Current Weather Conditions
Temperature: 52°F – 11°C
Wind Speed: W 17 mph
Barometer: 30.07 in (1017.7 MB)
Dew-point: 50°F – 10°C
Visibility: 100.00 Miles
Wind Chill: 47°F – 8°C
Heat Index: N/A°F – N/A°C
Extended Weather Forecast for the St. Louis, MO area – October 11th
Overnight: Patchy drizzle, cloudy – low around 49. West wind around 13 mph.
Wednesday: Patchy drizzle before 11 am. Cloudy – high near 59. West wind 9 to 13 mph.
Wednesday Night: Cloudy – low around 54. Northwest wind around 5 mph, calm in the evening.
Thursday: Cloudy through mid morning, gradual clearing – high near 72. Light and variable wind.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear – low around 57. Southeast wind 3 to 5 mph.
Friday: Sunny – high near 82.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy – low around 65.
Saturday: 20 percent chance of showers/thunderstorms before 1 pm. Partly sunny – high near 87.
Saturday Night: 20 percent chance of showers/thunderstorms after 1 am. Partly cloudy – low around 67.
Sunday: Showers likely and chance of thunderstorms before 1 pm, then a chance of showers. Partly sunny – high near 74. Chance of precipitation 60%.
Sunday: NightPartly cloudy – low around 49.
Monday: Sunny – high near 68.
Monday Night: Mostly clear – low around 49.
Tuesday: Sunny – high near 74.
Air Quality Index for St. Louis, MO – (A.Q.I.)
Delayed Air Quality Index: 10/10/17 5:00 PM CDT
- Good – 38 AQI – Particle Pollution (2.5 microns)
- Good – 19 AQI – Ozone
- Good – 15 AQI – Particle Pollution (10 microns)
Agency: St. Louis Metropolitan Area (American Lung Association) – Last Update: Tue, 10 Oct 2017 05:45:10 CDT
Air Quality Index (AQI)
Good – Air quality in considered “satisfactory” and air pollution poses little to no threat.
Moderate – Air quality is considered “acceptable.” However, some pollutants there may be a moderate health concern for a very small number of people who are sensitive to air pollution.
USG – while the general public will not likely be affected by this AQI range, people with lung disease, older adults and children are a great risk from exposure to ozone, whereas, persons with heart and lung disease, old adults and children are at greater risk from the presence of particles in the air.
Unhealthy – Everyone may begin to experience health effects members of sensitive groups may experience more serious health effects.
Very Unhealthy – Health Alert: everyone may experience more serious health effects.
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