However, the areas that do will have slick, snow-covered roads or icy roads and potential travel delays.
We're still trying to iron out the forecast details for later this week because we have more rain (and snow) chances prior to the weekend.
There is a Winter Weather Advisory until midnight west of HWY 63, until 6 AM east of HWY 63 and until 10 AM Wednesday in the Ozarks south of HWY 50. South of this area, snowfall totals will average around 2 to 3 inches, with some freezing drizzle, and sleet possible in south central Minnesota. Treated roads may hold a bit longer, but anything untreated becomes a mess very fast with temperatures in the mid 20s. Police and firefighters rescued people from vehicles stranded in high water Tuesday at two sites in Janesville. The freezing line will be near a Branson, MO, to Eminence, MO, line by sunrise.
Mixed precipitation. Additional snow accumulations of up to one half inch north of highway 56. The weather also caused minor power disruptions, business closings and the cancellation of school and other events. So be prepared for potential hazardous driving/slick conditions if you plan to be out this evening into the overnight hours.
We're dealing with pockets of freezing mist and drizzle for a few hours this morning with most of northeastern Oklahoma near or below freezing. As always - some of the elevated surfaces like bridges and overpass, will be the most slick. The good news is that the window for freezing rain will be rather narrow with the rain tapering off from northwest to southeast by early Wednesday morning. If the temperatures stay below 32 degrees until Friday afternoon, then it could be a different story. So, right now it looks like all rain.