April 24, 2014
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RAIN:  7AM to 7AM:  .00"    Month:  4.01”    Year:  10.98”   |  TEMPS:  High: 76  Low: 55
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Snow makes road conditions hazardous; more precip expected Tuesday


    A fast moving winter storm that is expected to arrive tomorrow and dump freezing rain, sleet and snow on top of 2 to 4 inches of snow that hit the Twin Lakes Area on Sunday will continue to make travel conditions treacherous across the region. Here at the KTLO, Classic Hits 101.7 and The Boot News we recorded three and a quarter inches of snow Sunday.
     A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for southern Missouri beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday until midnight.
    Most area highways remain covered with patchy ice and snow Monday and many secondary roads remain mostly snow and ice covered, according to Sergeant Brian Davis of the Baxter County Sheriff's Department.
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    Chuck Rikard, a senior meteorologist with the National Weather Service in North Little Rock, says we'll get a break in the weather Monday but the second round Tuesday will bring a wintry mix which will further complicate travel conditions.
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     Rikard on accumulations expected on Tuesday.
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     The meteorologist on what we can expect later in the week.
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     Meteorologist Chuck Rikard with the National Weather Service in North Little Rock.   

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