A winter weather advisory remains in effect for the entire KTTS listening area until 6 a.m.
Meteorologist Doug Cramer with the National Weather Service in Springfield says their forecasting that most of the precipitation will be changing over to drizzle and maybe even some freezing drizzle depending on what the temperature.
Cramer says there will still be some locations above freezing.
The weather service says depending where you are there could be some black ice in those areas with below freezing temperatures.
A mix of snow and sleet hit the Springfield metro area just in time for the drive home Tuesday.
National Weather Service meteorologist Cory Rothstein says that will eventually transition to either rain or freezing rain tonight.
“There is the potential with some of this sleet and snow that’s initially coming in that we could see some moderate to heavy quick bursts of snowfall rates. With that, you could see some accumulations on roads. Right now, we’re expecting it to mainly be on grassy surfaces.”
Up to three inches of snow is possible in the Springfield area, along with up to a tenth of an inch of ice.
Areas along the Arkansas line could get trace amounts of snow.
Rothstein says some places in south central Missouri could get some thunderstorms with sleet and hail mixed in.