The watch includes counties north of I-44 through Wednesday night.
Our snow will gradually end this evening but cold conditions follow into Monday morning. St Patrick's Day will bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures.
Rain will change to snow across the Ozarks and accumulate in many places. Along with the snow...strong winds and cold temperatures will take over throughout the day.
The snow has departed but the cold remains...then a warming trend is on the way.
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) crews are working around the clock to make sure the streets are safe. It's a daunting task considering the amount of snowstorms they've dealt with this year.
A winter storm will continue across the Ozarks today with snow...ice..and even thunderstorms. Along with the precipitation...bitter cold temperatures will continue to affect the region.
We have a Winter Storm Warning for a wintry mix of precipitation tonight through Sunday night. Sleet..freezing rain...and snow are expected with bitter cold behind the system.
Better watch out when walking on those sidewalks. The wintery weather made many walkways slick, slippery, and potentially dangerous.
Frozen pipes can be a headache to deal with, unless you are the company hired to clean up the mess.
A *Winter Weather Advisory* is in effect from midnight until noon Monday for snow and slippery roads. The snow will begin after midnight and end mid morning Monday.
Chief meteorologist Kevin Lighty takes you deep into his winter weather outlook. See what all he used to come up with his forecast and just what kind of winter we may have here in the Ozarks.
KSPR's Lindsey Slater shows us what persimmon seed shapes mean -- and what some people believe this year's shape means for the upcoming winter.
How did the Old Farmer's Almanac fare last year when it came to predicting winter weather? What does it say will happen this year?
Test your knowledge with this quiz about Ozarks winter weather.
Was Kevin right a year ago. He recaps last winter, which lasted longer than most wanted.
KSPR meteorologist Lindsey Slater answers kids' questions about winter weather in the Ozarks.
Kevin Lighty goes behind the scenes in the weather center.
In the wintertime, you might hear the terms freezing rain, sleet and snow thrown out there. KSPR Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty explains the difference among all three.
KSPR Meteorologist Bob Trihy examines the history behind the Old Farmer's Almanac's forecasting.
Winter Weather Outlook 2013-14: folklore predictions for forecasting.
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Here are some tips from City Utilities on how to save money on your energy bill this winter.
KSPR Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty takes some time to dispel some common winter weather myths -- and some might surprise you.
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How to protect your family from winter weather's worst.
What you need to know to protect your family at home during winter's worst.
How to protect your family while driving in winter weather.
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