Downtown Houston on Tuesday night as stiff winds arrived in the area following a day of snow and ice.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory from 6 o’clock this evening until 6 p.m. Wednesday for Texas County.

Snow accumulations of one to four inches are expected –  with locally higher amounts possible when the storm ends, the National Weather Service said. Higher amounts are expected in the west and southwestern portions of Missouri, where up to six inches may fall.

Winds of 10 to 20 miles per hour will cuase some minor blowing and drifting, it said.

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EARLIER:

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory beginning Tuesday night through Wednesday afternoon.

It says snow will spread east across the region. Accumulating snow will be possible from early Tuesday through Wednesday as accumulations of one to five inches are expected. The highest totals, the National Weather Service said, will be extreme southwest Missouri, mainly west of a line from Nevada to Branson.

Below normal temperatures are expected – with bitterly cold temperatures expected Wednesday and Thursday.

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EARLIER:

The National Weather Service expects another round of winter weather beginning Tuesday into Wednesday.

“It appears at least several inches of snow will be possible across southeast Kansas and portions of southern Missouri,” said the National Weather Service on Sunday afternoon.

Temperatures will be well below normal with bitterly cold temperatures expected by the middle to latter part of the upcoming week.

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