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Missouri Department of Transportation, Columbia Public Works prepare roads for freezing rain

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Parts of Mid-Missouri are expected to receive freezing rain Monday morning that could lead to slick road conditions, according to authorities. District Maintenance Engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation Jason Shafer said the department began preparations Saturday night in anticipation of a dangerous Monday morning commute. Maintenance will continue through Monday,

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Mechanic offers vehicle safety tips amid below-zero temperatures in Mid-Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Sub-zero temperatures rolled through Mid-Missouri this weekend and frigid temps are expected to last through early Wednesday. The intense cold could lead to mechanical issues for vehicles. Tim Siebrandt, Manager of A to Z Auto Repair in Columbia, said as long as appropriate steps are taken, colder temperatures shouldn’t become problematic. According

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Weather Alert Day: Limited impacts from recent snow as temperatures drop

An ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Alert Day expires at noon after recent snow brought slushiness to roadways. Accumulations were mostly confined to grassy surfaces as expected with much of Mid-MO picking up several inches of snow in recent days! SETUP: A sluggish low pressure system is heading east after bringing several rounds of snow to

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Weather Alert Day: Tracking potential for more severe storms Sunday

SETUP: An upper level disturbance digs into the Upper Plains on Sunday, with its associated low pressure and fronts sweeping through the Midwest today. If a warm front can make it into Mid-Missouri, our severe chances will increase heavy-handedly. South of the warm front will be an environment rich in storm energy and shear. These

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