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Snow Coming to an End Friday Afternoon Across the Ozarks

Snow is winding down and road conditions are improving across the Ozarks Friday afternoon.

The National Weather Service has canceled the Winter Weather Advisory for all but areas southeast of I-44, where anywhere from a dusting to two inches of snow are still possible Friday afternoon.

Some parts of the Ozarks have several inches of snow on the ground.

The National Weather Service is reporting the following snow totals:

Willard—0.6 inch

Dunnegan—1.0 inch

Halway—1.2 inches

Joplin—2.0 inches

Hermitage—1.5 inches

Bolivar—1.5 inches

Iberia—1.5 inches

Flemington (Polk County)—1.5 inches

Anderson (McDonald County)—1.8 inches

Lockwood—1.8 inches

Morrisville—1.9 inches

Carthage—2.0 inches

Golden City—2.7 inches

Warsaw—4.2 inches

Appleton City (St. Clair County)—6.3 inches

Webb City—1.5 inches

Nevada—4.5 inches

Neosho—2.0 inches

Greenfield—2.0 inches

Lincoln (Benton County)—4.5 inches

Fair Grove—1.0 inch

Ash Grove—1.0 inch

Wheatland—2.0 inches

Stockton—3.5 inches

Cole Camp (Benton County)—5.0 inches

Get updated road conditions here with the MoDOT Traveler Information Map

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