Spirit of St. Louis Airport (KSUS)
Spirit of St. Louis Airport (KSUS) is a public airport located in Chesterfield, Missouri, just 17 miles west of St. Louis. The airport is owned by St. Louis County and is named after the famous Spirit of St. Louis aircraft. However, the airport is also commonly referred to as the Chesterfield Airport.
Weather in St. Louis
St. Louis is located in the Midwest, which typically experiences four seasons. These seasons include hot, humid summers and cold, wet winters. Temperatures typically range between 25 and 89 degrees.
Cold Winters in St. Louis
Winters can often see single-digit temperatures in St. Louis, although these cold spells are usually brief. The average low temperature in January in St. Louis is 25 degrees. Because St. Louis is situated in the prairies, it can also get fairly windy.
Snow and Rain in St. Louis
Snowfall averages about 18 inches per winter season in St. Louis. While it does snow fairly often, the city’s infrastructure is used to the conditions. Private jet flights can be canceled due to snow, just like in any city, however. Annual precipitation in St. Louis is slightly less than 34 inches.