This weekend the Ozarks, is expecting more winter weather starting late tonight.
The National Weather Service in Springfield says it will be snow, sleet to light freezing rain and that’s why a winter weather advisory begins at midnight tonight until noon Sunday for the entire KTTS listening area.
Meteorologists say surface temperatures will remain near or below freezing and that travel impacts are becoming increasingly likely Sunday morning.
The weather service says a glaze to a tenth of an inch or up to an inch is possible.
People living closer to Highway 54 will mainly see sleet and snow with locations further south seeing more of freezing rain or a sleet mix.
Forecasters are also expecting 1-2 inches of widespread rainfall by Sunday night and Monday morning. So, the weather service has issued a Flood Watch for Douglas, Ozark and Wright Counties until Tuesday morning.
You can check the latest road conditions by going to MoDOT’s Traveler Information Map.
— NWS Springfield (@NWSSpringfield) February 9, 2019