It’s real cold again in some places. And that is not going to help some travel problems because of yesterday’s snows. The National Weather Service says the cold temperatures mean snow will “linger” on a lot of roads, especially secondary roads that don’t get plowed or treated much. Single digit or below-zero temperatures were record at 6 a.m. in places such as St. Joseph, Chillicothe, Columbia and Jefferson City, Sedalia, and Kirksville. 24-hour December snowfall records were set in several cities, St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, and Springfield among them.
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