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More Winter Weather for the Ozarks

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Ice and snow glazed the streets last night and Springfield meteorologists say there’s more on the way. KSMU’s Kristian Kriner reports.

Local meteorologists say southwest Missouri will be blanketed with a few more inches of snow by Tuesday morning.

Kelsey Angle is a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Springfield.

“A winter weather advisory is in affect for all of southeast Kansas and Missouri Ozarks. We have a very cold air mass in place and we’re going to have some warm moist air that’s going to override that colder air mass that is in place tonight and tomorrow. And with that a good chance for some light snow to develop across the area,” Angle said.

Angle says there may be a small amount of freezing rain possible, but the majority of precipitation will be snow.

“We are looking for snowfall accumulation of two to four inches across most of Missouri Ozarks with heaviest accumulation expected along the Interstate 44 corridor,” Angle said.

The winter weather advisory will be in effect from 9:00 this evening until noon tomorrow.

For KSMU News, I’m Kristian Kriner.