by: Scott McCaulley
For the first time in several days, no area of the Ozarks is under a Weather Advisory or Warning as most of the Snow has moved out of the region with just occasional Flurries falling.
According to reports to the National Weather Service, most of the region received a total of 7-10 inches of snow during the two round of precipitation which also came with record breaking cold conditions.
Many major roads are improving with some patchy spots while many secondary roads still are snow covered. Most schools in the area are once again not having onsite classes today.
After one more frigid night tonight, temperatures are expected to start warming tomorrow with the forecasts calling for temperatures to just get above freezing on Friday then quickly moderate, with temperatures to climb into the 50’s early next week.