Snow totals across the Ozarks range from two inches to 12 from a winter storm that hit Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, knocking out power to 38-thousand customers in southern Missouri.
As of 6:00 a.m., many highways in southwest Missouri, especially those south of I-44, remain snow covered and hazardous.
Main roads in the Springfield area that have been plowed are mainly just wet.
We’ve had several wrecks around the Springfield area, including a couple of crashes along Interstate 44.
You will need to take some time to brush snow off your vehicles parked outside, but it’s mainly a wet, fluffy snow that comes off easily.
We’ve had reports of around six inches of snow in the Springfield metro area.
Here are snowfall totals from across the Ozarks reported to the National Weather Service:
Osage Beach: 2.0 inches
Highlandville: 4.0 inches
Mansfield: 4.0 inches
Rolla: 4.0 inches
Ava: 4.5 inches
Strafford: 5.0 inches
Lebanon: 7.0 inches
Willow Springs: 6.0 inches
Nixa: 8.0 inches
Lanton (Howell County): 12.0 inches