Road conditions will improve as crews are able to clear more areas as the day progresses and temperatures warm to above freezing.
Interstate 44 has received a great deal of attention and both lanes are open with some slush in the passing lane in other parts of the state. I-44 from Laclede County thru Pulaski County is wet but clear.
Highway 63 is reported to be partly covered from Rolla to Freeburg and clear north of this. It’s snow-covered from Rolla south through Licking, Houston, and all the way into Arkansas.
Highway 17 is listed as snow-covered from Waynesville north to the junction with Highway 54 in Cole County, and snow-covered from the Interstate south to Houston.
Highway 54 is snow-covered from the Missouri-Kansas border through the Lake of the Ozarks area and Miller County, but partly snow covered through Cole County, Jefferson City, and northeastward to the Mississippi River.
KK-Highway is snow-covered from Crocker to the junction with Highway 54 in Cole County.
Highway 42 is snow-covered from Highway 54 in Osage Beach to just east of Iberia at the Highway A junction. It then is partly snow-covered through Vienna and to just south of Belle.
Highway 5 is snow-covered from Lebanon south into southern Missouri and north out of Lebanon through Camdenton and the Lake of the Ozarks area.
Highway 28 is snow-covered from I-44 north through Dixon up to Highway 63 Junction east of Vienna.
Highway 133 is snow-covered from the Interstate northward through Richland, Swedeborg, just east of Dixon, up through Maries County.
Although not indicated on Modot’s Travelers Map, Highway 7 is likely to be snow-covered from the Interstate through Richland all the way up to Old Highway 5 south of Camdenton, and T Highway out of Waynesville is likely to be snow-covered up to Swedeborg.