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Special Statement:

Issued at: 3:19 PM CST on March 2, 2015, expires at: 1:00 AM CST on March 03, 2015
  • ...Another round of wintry weather expected Tuesday night and Wednesday... After a relatively warm day on Tuesday...another round of wintry weather is expected to affect southeastern Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks Tuesday night and Wednesday. A strong cold front will sweep across the region Tuesday evening...with rain expected to change over to a mix of rain...sleet...snow...and freezing rain Tuesday night...before changing over to all snow. Snow will then continue for much of the day on Wednesday...especially along and south of Interstate 44. Current indications are for two to five inches of snow to fall across areas south of Interstate 44...with the heaviest amounts along and south of a Branson to Salem line. Across the Interstate 44 corridor...one to three inches of snow will be possible...with amounts of an inch or less currently expected over central Missouri. Several bands of moderate to heavy snow are expected to form over southern Missouri on Wednesday...making both locally higher and lower amounts likely...depending on where these bands develop. It should also be noted that a sharp gradient to snowfall is expected along the northern edge of the storm...meaning that a shift in storm track of just 20 or 30 miles could result in significant changes to forecast snow amounts. Please check back often to the National Weather Service and local media for updated forecasts leading up to this event. Boxell 319 PM CST Mon Mar 2 2015 ...Another round of wintry weather expected Tuesday night and Wednesday... After a relatively warm day on Tuesday...another round of wintry weather is expected to affect southeastern Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks Tuesday night and Wednesday. A strong cold front will sweep across the region Tuesday evening...with rain expected to change over to a mix of rain...sleet...snow...and freezing rain Tuesday night...before changing over to all snow. Snow will then continue for much of the day on Wednesday...especially along and south of Interstate 44. Current indications are for two to five inches of snow to fall across areas south of Interstate 44...with the heaviest amounts along and south of a Branson to Salem line. Across the Interstate 44 corridor...one to three inches of snow will be possible...with amounts of an inch or less currently expected over central Missouri. Several bands of moderate to heavy snow are expected to form over southern Missouri on Wednesday...making both locally higher and lower amounts likely...depending on where these bands develop. It should also be noted that a sharp gradient to snowfall is expected along the northern edge of the storm...meaning that a shift in storm track of just 20 or 30 miles could result in significant changes to forecast snow amounts. Please check back often to the National Weather Service and local media for updated forecasts leading up to this event. Boxell
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