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Winter Storm Approaching St. Joseph

A winter storm warning remains in effect for the entire KQ2 viewing area through noon Sunday.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) We are continuing to track precipitation around the region as what looks to be the most productive winter storm of the season so far.

Sleet and freezing rain moved into several areas around northwest Missouri around 3:00pm.

The current storm system is moving in from the north, and has now covered most of the Midland Empire.

Most counties are currently reporting sleet and freezing rain, as the sun is just about to set.

The Brown County, Kansas Sheriff's Department confirms that snow began to fall near Hiawatha around 4:00pm.

Most other counties are still reporting sleet and freezing rain.

Cameron, MO Emergency Management confirms around a tenth of inch of ice accumulated on elevated services, and several traffic slide-offs reported in their area.

Traffic accidents have been reported in all areas, even with roadways with minor ice accumulations.

Snow will begin to fall once temperatures aloft cool down, and will begin to accumulate rapidly during the overnight hours.

The National Weather Service has a Winter Storm Warning that will remain in effect until noon Sunday.

Stay with KQ2 and st.joechannel.com for the latest on this developing winter storm.
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