A late night burst of snow has created slick driving conditions in the Ozarks Wednesday morning as many roads in the Springfield metro area are snow covered.
Two inches of snow fell officially at the National Weather Service office in Springfield.
Many roads around the Joplin area are listed as clear to partly covered on MoDOT’s map, with roads in the Springfield metro area are partly covered to covered.
I-44 from Sarcoxie to Chesapeake is snow covered, then clear from Springfield east to Strafford, and snow-covered between Strafford and Marshfield.
Highway 65 is snow covered in Springfield, then partly covered between Springfield and Fair Grove, and mostly clear south of Springfield.
Major roads around Springfield have some spots cleared of snow, but there are many areas where city streets are snow covered.