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Snow Walking
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Snow and Ice Management Association Provide Tips For Safe Winter Walking

Falls account for more than one million injuries in the U.S. annually. There are four types of walking accidents with the most common being the slip and fall. That's the type of fall that happens when you fall due a surface not cleared of snow or ice.

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Winter Storm
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Winter Storm Watch Issued for West Central Missouri

Could the last gasp of winter be coming this week? The National Weather Service is predicting snow to impact this area on Wednesday night (Feb. 20) and Thursday (Feb. 21). A Winter Storm Watch has been issued, and they are projecting that a bulk of the snow should be north of Highway 36, while I-70 and Highway 50 areas could get a lot of ice, sleet and snow.

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Blizzard

Watch an Amazing Time-Lapse Video of the 2013 Nemo Blizzard

You know all of that snow sitting outside your window that's turning into an icy mess as the days progress? Want to watch how it got there? Oh, good!

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10 Unusual Winter Activities You Might Not Know About

This winter, when the snow is piled high outside your doorway, or in the mountains nearby, you could head out into the cold and build a snowman or have an epic snowball fight. Those are some time-honored winter traditions, yet when the temperature drops, there’s so much more you can do.

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MoDOT Snowplow
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Winter Weather Advisory Lifted, but Roads Still Slick Across Missouri

The National Weather Service has lifted the Winter Weather Advisory for West Central Missouri. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) still reports that roads are considered slick in spots after the area received one to three inches of snow in some portions of our listening area

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Winter Weather Advisory
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Winter Weather Advisory In Effect

.A Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect until at least midnight according to the National Weather Service.

A wintry mix of snow with a small amount of  sleet will end from west to east this evening

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Forecasters Predict a Brutal Winter Ahead

This summer has been unusually hot, with record-breaking temperatures all over the country. But in a few months, we may be wishing for a little of that heat — forecasters are warning we should brace for a particularly harsh winter.

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