Snow Totals and Road Updates: Winter Storm Hits The Ozarks

Snow totals across the Ozarks range from one inch to 12 from a winter storm that hit Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

As of 9:00 a.m., many highways in southwest Missouri have been cleared of snow. The exceptions are partly to mostly covered roads in the southeastern Ozarks where the most snow fell.

Get updated road conditions here with the MoDOT Traveler Information Map.

Main roads in the Springfield area that have been plowed are mainly just wet.

We’ve had several wrecks around the Springfield area, including a couple of crashes along Interstate 44.

You will need to take some time to brush snow off your vehicles parked outside, but it’s mainly a wet, fluffy snow that comes off easily.

We’ve had reports of around six inches of snow in the Springfield metro area.

Here are snowfall totals from across the Ozarks reported to the National Weather Service:

Shell Knob: 1.0 inch

Warsaw: 1.1 inches

Appleton City: 1.7 inches

Osage Beach: 2.0 inches

Nevada: 2.0 inches

Morrisville: 2.0 inches

Anderson: 2.1 inches

Hermitage: 2.5 inches

Chesapeake: 3.0 inches

Carthage: 3.7 inches

Aurora: 4.0 inches

Crane: 4.0 inches

Rolla: 4.0 inches

Butterfield: 4.0 inches

Battlefield: 4.0 inches

Halfway: 4.2 inches

Ava: 4.5 inches

Kimberling City: 4.8 inches

Republic: 4.9 inches

Strafford: 5.0 inches

Thayer: 5.0 inches

Alton: 5.0 inches

Bolivar: 5.3 inches

Buffalo: 5.3 inches

Marshfield: 5.7 inches

Willard: 5.7 inches

Hartville: 5.8 inches

Waynesville: 5.8 inches

Billings: 6.0 inches

Ridgedale: 6.0 inches

Conway: 6.0 inches

Cassville: 6.4 inches

Fordland: 7.0 inches

Diggins: 7.0 inches

Highlandville: 7.0 inches

Mansfield: 7.0 inches

Lebanon: 7.0 inches

Ozark: 7.0 inches

Niangua: 7.5 inches

Rogersville: 7.5 inches

Table Rock: 7.6 inches

Galena: 7.8 inches

Hollister: 8.0 inches

Nixa: 8.0 inches

Willow Springs: 9.0 inches

Lanton (Howell County): 12.0 inches