Freezing rain will remain the story overnight.
The National Weather Service says it will go well into morning on Sunday, possibly bringing a chance of some snow flurries.
Forecasters expect the worst to be north of I-44, but with temperatures dropping to the low 20s it doesn't matter if the roads have been treated or not they will refreeze overnight.
Stay off the roads and dont travel if you can tonight! It is extremely dangerous and numerous accidents and slide offs everywhere across the #Missouri #Ozarks! Modot info https://t.co/arpj6d700R and KDOT info https://t.co/1x6nWe0g4P #MOwx #KSwx #MidMO #SGF #Dangerous #Travel pic.twitter.com/XlKTG4Adpj— NWS Springfield (@NWSSpringfield) February 11, 2018
Hazardous travel as most roads are now ice covered and slippery. pic.twitter.com/oMGZrzeWsa— NWS Springfield (@NWSSpringfield) February 11, 2018
The Ozarks are only expected to get about a tenth to two tenths on an inch of ice accumulation.
You can find road conditions here.