Round two of winter weather is approaching from the north, and create hazardous travel on Saturday
Round two of winter weather is approaching our listening area from the north, and is likely to make travel hazardous on Saturday. As with the last storm, the precipitation will begin as rain before transitioning over to snowfall. National Weather Service Meteorologist, Jeff Raberding, says snow should begin during the early morning hours on Saturday…………
Raberding says it will be important on Saturday to stay updated on the latest weather forecast, and the latest road conditions……….
The Lebanon area is predicted to receive two to four inches of snowfall, with some locally higher amounts possible. The KJEL listening area is under a Winter Weather Advisory beginning at 3 a.m. Saturday, and it will continue until 9 p.m. You can get the latest forecast, cancellations, and road conditions on 103.7 Regional Radio KJEL, and at MyOzarksOnline.com.