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Measurable snow Wednesday Night

Another surge of arctic air moves in Wednesday night as an area of low pressure moves across Mid-Missouri. Snow will develop in northern Missouri in the afternoon, spreading south through the afternoon, reaching Interstate 70 between 7-9 p.m. Areas near HWY 24 will have minor accumulation by the evening commute and roads could be slick in those areas by evening.

Areas near and south of I-70 won’t see much accumulation until late evening and overnight as snow spreads south. Initially, some rain will mix in with the snow west of HWY 63 but by late evening it will be all snow as it spreads south through early Thursday morning as much colder air moves in.

Snow amounts will range from an inch or less for the Lake of the Ozarks south, 1-2 inches from the Lake area north to Interstate 70 and 2-4 inches north of I-70 with 4 inch totals near HWY 24.

Thursday morning’s commute is expected to be slow with many roads covered in snow. Temperatures will be well below freezing with northerly winds near 15 mph and gusty in the morning giving us wind chills in the single digits along with blowing and drifting of snow on east-west roadways.

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