Snow slows Tuesday morning commute


Posted on January 7, 2011 at 6:59 AM

Updated Tuesday, Jan 11 at 9:00 PM

(KMOV) – Snow is moving out of the area, but not before dumping 2-4 inches on the News 4 viewing area with areas to the north and west seeing the highest accumulations.



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Authorities suggest if you have to get out and about Tuesday morning to leave early and take it slow.  Live traffic information on and the KMOV Mobile App indicates that traffic is moving on area interstates, but slower than normal.

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Even though the snow is on the move, a Winter Weather Advisory remains in place until noon on Tuesday.

4 Warn Meteorologist Matt Chambers says that the snow should be wrapping up in most areas by 8 a.m. with total accumulations in most areas of less than four inches. 

The snow started falling Monday evening and really picked up steam overnight.  Area road crews had been out treating roads since early Monday.