Light rain has been falling across the Ozarks.
The National Weather Service says things could be a little slick for the drive home, especially when temperatures drop and freezing drizzle builds up on bridges and overpasses.
Meteorologist Jeff Raberding says the biggest ice amounts will be along and south of I-44.
Up to a tenth of an inch of ice could fall there.
Areas north of I-44 will get lesser amounts.
Snow is in the forecast for Saturday night into Sunday, although it’s too early to tell just how much we’ll get.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until noon Thursday for the entire KTTS listening area.
For latest updates on road condition, checkout the MoDOT Traveler’s Information Map.
Winter Weather Advisory for freezing drizzle through Thursday morning. pic.twitter.com/yCgIQYlNuO
— NWS Springfield (@NWSSpringfield) February 27, 2019