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Feb. 25, 2013Maryville, MO |  By: McKenna

Winter Weather Preparation

Another winter storm is expected to make it's way through the region by this evening, adding to the already snow-covered conditions in the area.

Meteorologist for the National Weather Service Dan Hawblitzel says it is important to take precautions to remain safe during the potential storm.

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Hawblitzel adds the snow will most likely begin this afternoon between 3 and 6pm and continue through the evening past midnight, when the heaviest snowfall will occur. He says the snow is expected to continue until 6 tomorrow morning when it will slowly begin to taper off. Hawblitzel says the region could receive from 2 to 5 inches of snow by tomorrow morning.