Icy roads may threaten Monday commute

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.– Snow and ice is expected to spread across much of Missouri beginning Sunday morning and into Monday.

The Missouri Department of Transportation recommends that people delay their Monday morning commute since there could be a possible chance of ice accumulations.

In some areas, snow is suppose to range from 1 to 5 inches.

Ice and freezing rain early morning is predicted into the northwest part of Missouri. Potentially creating a dangerous morning rush hour across the state.

Sunday drivers traveling to Kansas City Chiefs games at Arrowhead Stadium will want to drive with caution.

These weather conditions could challenge drivers after the game rather than to the game.

If you must travel, allow extra time until you reach your destination.

In advance of the storm, MoDOT workers are treating roads and bridges. They urge drivers to keep informed of the rapidly changing forecast.

Freezing precipitation can cause slippery roads.

Check road conditions at MoDOT’s Traveler Information Map at traveler.modot.org; the map is also available as a free app for Apple and Android devices.

MoDOT provides road condition information through Customer Service Center at (888) 275-6636

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