If this is your area please read.
Missouri American Water is issuing a precautionary boil advisory for some parts of St. Louis County. St. Ann, St. John, Overland just to name a few. They saying about 15,000 customers are effected. They say 48 hours is the expected time for this boil order.
Missouri American Water sent this message to affected customers….
“This is a message from Missouri American Water. We’re calling to tell you that we have issued a precautionary boil water advisory in your area, due to a large water main break. We are asking customers to bring their water to a rolling boil for three minutes before using it for drinking or cooking. Tap water is okay for washing and bathing. We will take water quality samples in area today. The precautionary boil water advisory will be in effect until water quality samples confirm that the water remains safe for consumption. Precautionary boil water advisories normally last about 48 hours. We will call you again when the boil water advisory has been lifted.”
IF YOU NEED MORE INFO HERE’S A LINK TO THE MO WATER WEBSITE