Winter weather hit Texas County, causing at least one accident early Wednesday.

Another round of winter weather hit Texas County, closing most schools and cancelling activities.

The Texas County Rescue Squad and Roby Fire Department were called at about 7:50 a.m. to a rollover accident near Highways 38 and 17. Authorities said one person was possibly trapped.

Snow plows hit city streets at about 4 a.m. MoDOT crews also are out in force. Law enforcement officers are reporting slick road conditions.

The National Weather Service said a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Snow is expected to impact the area through Wednesday. Total snow accumulations of two to five inches along and south of a Nevada to Lebanon line with locally higher amounts around six inches are possible, the National Weather Service said.

Sustained winds of 10 to 20 mph will cause some minor blowing and drifting of snow. The visibility will be reduced to around a half mile or less at times Wednesday. Sustained winds of 10 to 20 miles per hour will cause some drifting, the National Weather Service said. Wind chills will be zero to minus 10 below zero.

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