The greatest snow accumulations fell
across far southern Missouri south of a line from Bolivar to Fort Leonard Wood
where totals of 3-6 inches were common with locally higher amounts around
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Snow accumulations were less across
the remainder of the Missouri Ozarks and far southeastern
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Snow reports from the National
6" Ozark, Ava, Licking,
5" Yukon, Rogersville, Branson, Springfield, Peace Valley, Laquey, West Plains, Marshfield, Niangua, Mountain Grove
2.5" Shell Knob,
A strong storm system will bring another round of accumulating snowfall to much of the outlook area late Saturday night through Sunday morning. Snow amounts remain in question as the track of this storm system is yet to be determined.
At this time, it appears that the
greatest potential for accumulating snow will be across central
Winds will be gusting up to 30 mph late Saturday night through Sunday. This may cause some blowing and drifting snow possible and lower visibilities down to half a mile at times especially across central Missouri.
The combination of rainfall and melting snow will likely lead to rising creeks and rivers from late this weekend into to early next week. This may result in flooding of some low water crossings.
(Main photo courtesy: Brittany Courtois in Willard)