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Pockets of sleet and snow began to overspread southeastern Kansas and the Missouri Ozarks Wednesday evening as an upper level disturbance approached from the northwest. Some locations across primarily southwestern Missouri saw sleet accumulations of up to two-tenths of an inch Wednesday evening.

A narrow band of heavier snow then developed across portions of the eastern Missouri Ozarks late Wednesday night with the snow quickly coming to an end by early Thursday morning. 1-3" of snow fell in a corridor from around Lebanon and Hartville, east into the Salem area.

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