UPDATE: 11/24/18, 9:34 a.m. — The National Weather Service is now calling for 4-7 inches of snowfall for northern and northwestern Missouri and 1-3 inches of snow for areas further south near the I-70 corridor. 

Winds are forecast to blow between 35-45 miles per hour and could create near white-out conditions. Motorists are encouraged to avoid travelling on Sunday. 

Parts of the listening area are under a winter weather advisory, while further north a winter weather warning has been issued. Both are due to expire at 9:00 p.m. Sunday. 


PLEASANT HILL, Mo. — A Winter weather advisory has been issued for much of the KMZU listening area.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Walt Otto, based at the Pleasant Hill office, told KMZU’s Brian Lock that no snow is in the forecast for Friday or Saturday, but that Sunday could be a mess.


Otto said that the northern half of the KMZU listening area could see between six and eight inches of snow, with isolated totals reaching up to ten inches in some places.

He encouraged anyone who may be planning to travel on Sunday to consider altering their plans and head home on Saturday instead.

Winds up to 40 miles per hour could create near-blackout conditions and roadways could be hazardous.

The Winter Weather Advisory is set to expire late Sunday night.