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Feb. 11, 2019Maryville, MO |  By: Kramer Sansone

Winter weather advisory for northwest Missouri

Much of the KXCV/KRNW listening area is again in a Winter Weather Advisory until midnight tonight. Metrologist for the National Weather Service Jared Leighton says they are expecting the ice to fall for a few more hours.

"It should transition over to snow fairly quickly later on this afternoon going into the evening hours.  It could be pretty steady at times, so we are expecting accumulations generally in the 2 to 4 inch range, but there could be some isolated pockets of higher than that, maybe even up to 4-6 inches.  It's kind of tough to tell, but the northern part of the county - north of Maryville - will be able to get the larger amount, again maybe in that 4 to 6 inch range; whereas the southern portions of the county down towards St. Joseph - between St. Joseph and Maryville - will get more in that 2-4 range."