UPDATE: The National Weather Service has extended the Winter Weather Advisory until 3 p.m. Friday for all but our southwestern counties.

A dusting to around 1/2 inch of additional snow accumulation is possible through the mid to late afternoon.

Watch for slippery road conditions.

Original Story: Light snow has affected the morning commute, especially north and west of Springfield, where 2-3 inches are expected through early afternoon Friday.

In Springfield, and along I-44, we’re expected 1-2 inches of snow, with trace amounts up to an inch along the Missouri and Arkansas border.

A winter weather advisory remains in effect for much of the Ozarks until noon Friday.

The National Weather Service says snow will end across western Missouri by mid to late morning, by early afternoon in the Springfield area, and snow will last longest across central Missouri.

Here are some snowfall totals through 8 a.m. :

Springfield— 1/2 inch

Lockwood—2.0 inches

Carthage—2.0 inches

Flemington—1.5 inches

Billings—.9 inch

Stockton—1 inch

Golden City—.7 inch

Morrisville—1 inch

Fair Grove—-.5 inch

Buffalo—.7 inch

Cole Camp—2.3 inches

Republic—.3 inch

Mt. Vernon–.8 inch

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