(Farmington) A winter storm is making it’s way through Missouri.
Regional Radio took part in the latest storm briefing from the National Weather Service.
Meteorlogist Kevin Deitsch gave the update.
He says there is a possibility some roads could be slick by the end of the day Thursday in parts of the listening area.
And Deitsch says the main threat for the listening area could be flooding and possibly a round of severe thunderstorms.
Local counties that could deal with frozen precipitation issues include Crawford, Dent, Jefferson and Washington counties who are under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Those areas could get up to 2 inches of snow.
And ice amounts for the area shows the possibility of a hundredth of an inch to a tenth of an inch of ice.
Most of Bollinger, Perry and Wayne counties should be warm enough to be outside of the freezing precipitation.
It looks like the heart of the listening area will recieve 2 to 3 inches of rain.
1 and a half to 2 inches of rain is predicted for Crawford County north of Davisville, the northwest corner of Washington County, the bottom third of Reynolds County, the southern tip of Iron, the southern quarter of Madison County, most of Bollinger and the southeast end of Perry County.
This winter storm should be out of the area between 6 and 9 o’clock tonight (thursday).