For those who are easily entertained, such as myself, I hope you enjoy this 20 second video.
By Kyle Quick
I will admit I have always found watching time lapsed videos shown for example how over night the Scottrade Center goes from hockey one night to a Kenny Chesney concert the next night.
I figured why not do the same thing from when it starts snowing until the ground is covered over a three hour period then watch it all happen in less than 20 seconds.
Photos Tweeted by Columbia PD. Major accident on westbound I-70 near Lake of The Woods Drive.
UPDATE: Fire Chief says the four accidents on WB I-70 in Columbia this morning involved 10 semis and 12 vehicles.
If you still need to run to the store now is the time to do it as snow is quickly approaching the area.
In Columbia snow has turned I-70 into a parking lot of tractor trailers as see in the photo above posted on Twitter by the Columbia Police Department.
UPDATED-2: 10:09 QNN is predicting locally snow will begin around 1 p.m. and last into late evening, with heaviest amounts coming after 5 p.m. (We will see if your right.)
Franklin and Gasconade Counties - Yes more snow is set to hit the area on Tuesday beginning to fall in the early afternoon hours and to makes things more exciting snow fall totals have been increased locally for Gasconade and Franklin Counties prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Winter Weather Advisory and yes the evening commute will be nasty.
New Haven, Mo. - Students will get to enjoy one more day off from school and everyone else can look forward to warmer temperatures.
Here is a Quick News Brief on road conditions.
One more day of nasty weather is expected to move through overnight before temperatures begin to warm up with highs in the 50’s by Sunday.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued of Franklin and Gasconade Counties beginning at midnight and into Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. as a wintery mix is expected to move through.
ABC 17’s Meteorologist Neville Miller's Extended Forecast
Bitterly cold air begins moving east as highs Tuesday will reach the upper 20s, then near 30 Wednesday. Another chance of snow moves in late Wednesday with light accumulations possible.
The National Weather service has issued a Wind Chill Warning until 12 p.m. on Tuesday due to the bitterly cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills expected to be between -20 and -30 degrees.
We have provided a list of safety tips on how to dress and information on what exactly is Wind Chill.
How should I dress?