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City asks drivers to move cars from priority routes

Columbia city officials asked drivers to move parked cars off of priority routes Sunday morning.

In a news release, the city said snow accumulation had reached 2 inches and vehicles parked on marked priority snow routes may be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.

Information about priority routes is posted on the city’s website.

Removing vehicles from the priority snow routes allows plow operators to efficiently and safely plow and treat the priority routes, according to the release.

Accumulation has reached 2 inches. Please move all vehicles off of priority routes.

— Columbia Pub Works (@pub_works) March 3, 2019

Roads around mid-Missouri were covered Sunday morning as road crews continued to plow and treat the most essential routes. Snow was continuing to fall mid-morning in Columbia and a winter weather advisory was set to expire at 3 p.m.

Bitter cold is expected after the snow moves in.

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